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Miss Torch, 1960 



LYNN CAVANAUGH of Chicago, a senior, won this 
year's top coed popularity honor after placing among 
the "Favorites" in 1958 and '59. Lynn is a Sociology 
major and has been active in Chi Rho and as an 
ROTC sponsor. Two terms as Sweetheart of Phi 
Omega Fraternity. 



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CONTENTS 



DEDICATION, pages 4 and 5. ADMINI- 
STRATION and FACULTY, pages 6-25. 
Jesuit and Sacred Heart Scholastics, 
and Nursing Students, pages 26 and 27. 
GRADUATES, Baccalaureate, Commencement, 
Senior Prom, pages 28-41. "WHO'S WHO" 
and "FAVORITES," pages 42-47. 
UNDERGRADUATES, pages 48-69. 
RELIGIOUS and ACADEMIC Organizations, 
pages 70-83. SERVICE and SOCIAL 
Organizations, pages 84-121. 
VARSITY ATHLETICS, pages 122-135. 
INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS, pages 136-139. 
ROTC STAFF, Organizations, and 
Activities, pages 140-151. 
ADVERTISERS & Snapshots, pp. 152-160. 






EDITOR: Mike McDermott 
Moderator: R. L. Anderson, SJ. 





The Pictured Story of I960 at Spring Hill 
A Jesuit Liberal Arts Coed College in Mobile, Alabama 




ANDREW CANNON SMITH, S.J. 

President, 1952-1959 
Dean of the College, 1934-1952 




Above: Father Smith extends con- 
gratulations to his successor, 
Father Crandell. 




Typifying Father Smith's career at the 
Hill, he is here- shown checking plans 
for Walsh Hall, one of three new 
buildings erected during his presi- 
dency. 




DEDICATION 



The problem of a dedication for this 1960 Torch was dra- 
matically solved for us at about 6 o'clock in the evening of 
December 3, when the news spread rapidly across campus 
that Spring Hill had a new President. Students thronged 
to the A.B. Quadrangle,- windows were thrown open to the 
Fathers' recreation room on the second floor, and Father 
Smith looked out to accept the ringing tribute of those who 
were just beginning to realize that a familiar and beloved 
figure would soon be absent from the Hill, where he had 
served as professor, Dean, and President for more than 25 
years. Graduating from Spring Hill in 1916, Father Smith 
entered the Society of Jesus and was a teaching scholastic 
here in 1923-24, during which he was moderator of the 
College's first yearbook and of the SPRINGHILLIAN QUAR- 
TERLY. He received his doctorate in English from the Univer- 
sity of Chicago in 1934, and began his career as Dean and 
Professor of English at the College. Appointed President in 
1952, he began the program which has brought unpreceden- 
ted expansion in the Hill's student body and facilities. In 
addition to three new buildings, all others were extensively 
renovated, and the faculty was correspondingly enlarged 
and strengthened. 






Right: The 7 o'clock Mass was said 
regularly by Father Smith in the Stu- 
dent Chapel. 




FACULTY 




Above: Father Smith conducts burial service 
for Father James J. Wallace, SJ., who had 
been Spiritual Father for the Jesuit community. 
Students and faculty attended the September 
28 services. 




and ADMINISTRATION 





A. WILLIAM CRANDELL, S.J. 
President of the College 

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Taking over the reins December 3, Father 
Crandell was not a stranger to Spring Hill 
and its problems. He had taught here from 
1933 through 1935, served as Provincial 
Superior of all Southern Jesuits from 1950 to 
1956, and was Dean of Loyola University in 
New Orleans from 1942 to 1950. 



Above: Father Crandell draws a winning 
ticket for some lucky alumnus during the party 
held for him by Mobile Alumni in Stewart- 
field, December 13. 

Left: Faculty react variously to notices read 
out during a quarterly meeting. 



C. FRANKLIN LYNETTE, S.J. 
Secretary of the College 




Four of a kind is a strong hand in 
poker, and on these two pages we 
present two winning "hands": the four 
Jesuit Brothers and the four Jesuit 
Deans who contribute so much to 
keeping the Hill on top. 





GEORGE T. BERGEN, S.J. 
Dean of the College 



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JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J. 

Director, Adult Education 

and Evening Division 



Responsible for carrying out the academic and disciplinary policies of 
Spring Hill, the four Jesuits pictured here are familiar sights to all students — 
especially those requiring "special treatment." 



JOHN T. WALSH, S.J. 
Assistant Dean 



HILTON L. RIVET, S.J. 
Dean of Students 






LOUIS J. BOUDOUSQUIE, Registrar of the College, and his staff: Mrs. June Wiggins, 
Mary Jo Collins, Mrs. Elizabeth Copeland, Mrs. Kathryn Malony. 



J. LAMBERT DORN, S.J., Athletic Director until his illness, 
with J. GLENNQN MURPHY, Basketball Coach. 







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THOMAS J. CRONIN, S.J. 
Student Counselor 




TERENCE KING, S.J. 

Spiritual Advisor 
to Jesuit Community 

Left: JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J. 
Athletic Director 



Left: Alumni Office Secretary helps 
with Registration. 

Dr. NORBORNE R. CLARK, JR. 
Attending Physician 




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ORIE L. ABELL, S.J. 
College Treasurer 



Not PICTURED: 

MARIE YVONNE JAUBERT 

College Librarian 




JOSEPH J. TYRRELL, Bursar, with assistants: Edith B. Morrison, Martha Payne. 



Below: ROBERT J. ZIETZ, Assistant Librarian. 






ROBERT BURLEIGH 
Publicity Director 



Below: ROBERTA FINK 
Dean's Secretary 








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Fathers Martin, Key and Miller struggle with September Registration problems. 



Theology 




CHARLES T. MILLER, S.J. 

Department Chairman 

Associate Professor 




JOHN T. WALSH, S.J. 
Associate Professor 



THOMAS J. CRONIN, S.J. 
Assistant Professor 



OREN W. KEY, S.J., Assistant Professor, checks his slide 
projector before New Testament lecture. 




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ROBERT L. ANDERSON, S.J. 
Assistant Professor 




WARREN J. MARTIN, S.J. 
Assistant Professor 








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Philosophy 



C. FRANKLIN LYNETTE, S.J. 
Associate Professor 



CLYDE J. ELLIOTT, S.J. 
Associate Professor 



JOHN A. GASSON, S.J. 
Professor 



MALCOLM P. MULLEN, S.J. 
Professor 






Not Pictured: CECIL LANG, S.J., Instructor; JOSEPH S. BOGUE, S.J., Professor; THOMAS 
J. MADDEN, S.J., Instructor; JOHN F. MOORE, S.J., Instructor; SCOTT Y. WATSON, S.J., 
Associate Professor. 



Below: Mike O'Donnell has after-class talk with Father MARTIN BURKE, S.J., Professor 
of Philosophy, who died May 6. May his soul rest in peace. 





ARNOLD J. BENEDETTO, S.J. 

Department Chairman 

Professor 




VINCENT P. MICELi, S.J. 
Assistant Professor 




JOHN J. O'KEEFE, S.J. 
Associate Professor 

(Died July 27 
May his soul rest in peace.) 




BIOLOGY 



PATRICK H. YANCEY, S.J. 

Department Chairman 

Professor 



Not Pictured: E. B. WERT, M.D., and 
CARLTON W. WINSOR, M.D., Special 

Lecturers. 



Ganime shows Science Day Exhibit to 
Department visitors. 




Mrs. ELLA D. MORRIS, Assistant Professor, 
classifying slides for research project. 





ARTHUR F. HEMPHILL 
Assistant Professor 




PAUL J. BIEBEL 
Instructor 



Below: 

Dr. JOSEPH O. MUSCAT, M.D. 

Professor 

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CHEMISTRY 




Left: JOHN V. DEIGNAN, S.J., Professor; Right: GEORGE O. 
TWELLMEYER, S.J., Associate Professor. 




Mr. Ben Toomer, Supply Room Custodian, checks his bike. 
Below: Set-up for experiment in physical chemistry. 

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WILLIAM J. RIMES, S.J., Department Chairman, Professor 



Below: Among the sights in Summer-Session Institute for teachers of 
high school math and chemistry, financed by National Science Foun- 
dation and directed by FRANCIS J. KEARLEY (not pictured), Associate 
Professor. 







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EVERETT H. LARGUIER, S.J. 

Mathematics Department Chairman 

Professor of Mathematics 



Above, left: JOHN E. SCHWING, S.J., Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics; Right: LOUIS J. BOUDOUSQUIE, Professor of Engineering 
Drawing. 



Not Pictured: VERNON H. HEAD, Instructor in Physics; BROTHER FELI- 
CIAN FOURRIER, S.C, and J. O. HAMMOND, Special Lecturers in 
Mathematics; EARL J. J. KRAMER, Special Lecturer in Engineering 
Drawing. 



Below: Night view of new Physics Building entrance 




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Math & Physics 



LOUIS J. EISELE, S.J., Professor of Physics, shown locating disastrous series 
of Chilean earthquakes which struck May 22. His unique recorders made 
it possible to have immediate and clear records. Visitors to the Physics 
Building can see the machines in 'round-the-clock operation. 





Left: PAUL J. KNOPP, S.J. 
Instructor in Mathematics 




Right: Johnstone and Nowak with 
Dr. Craig of Florida State Univer- 
sity, visiting lecturer on "Upper At- 
mosphere Physics". 



Below: Optics experiment and 
Father Eisele with "No. 5". 





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WALTER J. RHEIN, S.J. 

Chairman and Professor 

Physics Department 








ENGLISH and SPEECH 



Left: Father Murray checks out pros- 
pective English majors during Sep- 
tember orientation; Miss Flannery 
O'Connor, novelist, answers further 
questions after her College Inn lec- 
ture April 4. 



Right: GEORGE W. BLACK, Instruc- 
tor in English, attempts to snare 
Mary Lou during Registration. 



Below: ROBERT J. ZIETZ, Assistant 
Professor of English 




Right: ROY F. MONTGOMERY, As- 
sistant Professor, and CHARLES P. 
McCREADY, Instructor in English 






J. FRANKLIN MURRAY, S.J. 

Chairman of English and 

Fine Arts Department 

Professor of English 




EDWARD B. MOODY, S.J. 
Assistant Professor 



Below: DANIEL P. DENEAU and WARREN E. FREEMAN, S.J., Instructors in English. 



CHARLES J. BOYLE 
Associate Professor 







Above, seated: JOHN D. CHESTER, Instructor; RAPHAEL J. MIRANDA, Depart- 
ment Chairman and Professor. Standing: RAYMOND D. OLIVER, Instructor in 
German. 



Below: Student Assistant Sid Smith helps out in Language Laboratory. 




LANGUAGES 





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Miss MARIE KASTNER 
Assistant Professor 




ALFRED O. LAMBEAU, S.J. 
Assistant Professor 



Below: Three students hard at work in Language 
Lab. 









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MUSIC and ART 



Left: Madame ROSE PALMAI-TENSER, Special Lecturer in 
Music; Mrs. ALMA FISHER, Special Lecturer in Piano. 

Not Pictured: WALLACE O. McCLANAHAN, Special Lecturer 
in Organ. 



Below: CLAUS SADLIER, Jr., Director of Music and* Assistant 
Professor of Music. 



Above: PAUL A. FELDHAUS, Assistant Professor of Art. 




Below: HENRY DAVIS, Instructor in English, who replaced 
Mr. Sadlier at mid-year as Music Director. 






ROY W. VOLLENWEIDER, S.J. 

History Department Chairman 

Professor of History 



Social Sciences 




ALBERT S. FOLEY, S.J. 
Professor of Sociology 




JOHN J. HOLDEN 

Assistant Professor 

History and Education 






ARTHUR A. COLKIN, S.J. 
Associate Professor of History 



WILMER A. SWEETSER 
Instructor, Political Science 



HOWARD W. SMITH 
Assistant Professor, History 



Right: ZBIGNIEW M. GLINIECKI, 
special lecturer in Russian, consults 
with Mr. Sweetser about new pro- 
gram in Russian language and poli- 
tics. 

Below: J. WILLIAM ROONEY 
Instructor in History 





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and EDUCATION 



Miss MARIE KASTNER 
Assistant Professor 

Below: 

Brother CLAVER THOMAS, S.C. 

Associate Professor 





JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J., Professor and Chairman of Education Department, with 
officers of newly-formed Education Club: Mary Halladay, Anita Kuhler and Mackie 
Laubenthal (rector). 

Below: Faculty cooperated in administering achievement tests to juniors and seniors in 
state's Catholic high schools; photos show arrival at Mobile's McGill High, and scene 
during testing. 




COMMERCE 






M. CECIL PADGETT, Associate Professor of Business Administration, 
with IRVING J. FOX, Assistant Professor of Accounting. 

Left: 

FRANKLIN H. SWEET, Commerce Department Chairman, Professor of Accounting 




Left: 

SAM M. BETTY, Associate Professor of Economics; 

FRANCIS X. CARBERRY, Associate Professor, Business Administration. 



Below: Seen during Executive Development Program, sponsored by the 
College March 7 through April 2. Visiting lecturers discussed problems 
with group of executives who enrolled from local firms and Brookley 
Field. Father Foley directed the sessions, which used two lecture rooms 
in Chemistry Building. 

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EVENING DIVISION 





Miss MARIE A. NICHOLS 

Assistant Professor of 

Secretarial Science, 

Assistant Registrar, 

Evening Division 

Left: JOSEPH C. MULHERN, S.J. 

Dean, Evening Division 

Director, Adult Education 



Not Pictured: KERMIT T. HART, Associate Lecturer, Accounting; Assistar 
Lecturers MICHAEL O'ROURKE (English) and HENRY E. REIMER (Commerce); 
Special Lecturers CHARLES BARTER (Chemistry); Mrs. ROBERT W. CALVERT 
(History); ROBERT H. FISCHER (English); EFFORD W. GREER (Accounting); T. 
HENKEN, JOHN D. TERRELL, Jr., HEATH WAKELEE and WILLIAM N. YEAGER, 
Jr. (Business Administration); Mrs. MARGARITA G. WALSH (Spanish); and 
THOMAS D. WOOD (Economics). 

Below: RICHARD BROWN, Instructor in Sculpture, with Cindy Schumacher and 
Evening Division student Mr. Darwin Floyd. 




Above, 1st Row: MARION B. CAZALAS, 
Assistant Lecturer, Accounting; JEROME 
GOLDMAN, Industrial- Management. 2nd 
Row: GONZALO F. MONTIEL, Accounting; 
GEORGE H. PIERCE, Business Administration. 
3rd Row: O'SULLIVAN S. O'ROURKE, Special 
Lecturer, English; HAROLD SWEET, Assistant 
Lecturer, Business Administration. 






ASSUMPTION HALL 
Jesuit House of Studies 




A distinctive part of the Spring Hill 
scene are the young Jesuits and 
Brothers of the Sacred Heart who live 
in their independent houses of study, 
just off campus, yet take most of their 
classes with other students. Roman 
collars distinguish the Jesuit priests-to- 
be, while a black tie marks the young 
Brother who is en route to teaching in 
a high school of his Order. 



SACRED HEART 
SCHOLASTICATE 

Chapel Scene 



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NURSES 



IN TRAINING 



A special group of Hill students 
commutes daily in two buses: 
they are the student nurses 
from Providence Hospital and 
Mobile General Hospital, and 
they attend classes in the arts 
and sciences which could lead 
to their attaining the B.S. de- 
gree. 




PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL CHAPEL 



MOBILE GENERAL HOSPITAL 




GENERAL 
HOSPITAL 






Above: Senior Class Officers gather during intermission of 
Commencement Prom. Left to right are President Mike Mc- 
Dermott, Vice-President Rex Ros, Secretary Rosalie Pergantis, 
and Treasurer Tom Whelehan. 



Below: Graduates gather on 
Byrne Library steps for group 
photo after Commencement 
ceremonies. 




New Alumni: Class of 1960 





Above: During May 1 Alumni party at The 
Colony, Alumni Prexy (Emeritus) Simon 
(Mobile's "Man of the Year") proclaimed Mrs. 
("Aunt Lil") Grove as an honorary member 
and swore in the new alumni headed by Mike 
McDermott (right), Senior Class prexy. 

Left: Graduates-to-be leave Chapel after Bac- 
calaureate services May 22. 



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Above, 1st Row: James Gardner ABBOTT, Mobile, 
B.S., Chemistry; Henry Clifford ALEXANDER, Mobile, 
B.S., Physics; Reginald Thomas BAHLINGER, Baton 
Rouge, B.S.C., Business Administration; Claude L. 
BARBAZON, Dallas, B.A., English; Ernest Wheeler 
BLAKENEY, Coden, Ala., B.S., Chemistry. 



Above, 2nd Row: Mary Ann BOLTON, Mobile, B.S., 
Medical Technology; Horace Clyde BOUCHELION, 
Mobile, B.S., Physics,- Veltin Joseph BOUDREAUX, 
Dallas, B.S., Pre-Med; Joseph Raphael BOWLING, 
New Haven, Ky., B.S., Pre-Med.; C. O. BROCATO, 
Shreveport, B.S., Pre-Dental. 



Below, 1st Row: Edmond Michael BURKE, Chicago, 
B.S., Political Science; Carol Lee CAMPBELL, Chicago, 
B.S., magna cum laude, Mathematics; Linda CAMP- 
BELL, Chicago, B.S., magna cum laude, Spanish; 
Charles E. CARRIERE, Yazoo City, Miss., B.S.C., Busi- 
ness Administration; Lynn Ellen CAVANAUGH, Chi- 
cago, B.S., Sociology. 



Below, 2nd Row: Robert P. COLGAN, Birmingham, 
B.S.C., Economics; James Eugene COVAN, Mobile, 
B.S.C., Industrial Management; John Michael DALEY, 
The Bronx, N. Y. ; Gerry B. DARBY, Arnaudville, La., 
B.S., Chemistry; Thomas James DeMAlO, Mobile, 
B.S., Physics. 








Jose Benjamin de DIANOUS 
H., Republic of Panama, 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion; Harvey James EASTMAN, 
Mobile, B.S., Physics; Louis 
John EWERT, Mobile, B.S., 
Chemistry; Byron Mark FAL- 
GOUT, Metairie, La., B.S., His- 
tory. 



Paul Andrew FELIS, Mobile, 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion; Thomas Anthony FOG- 
ARTY, Mobile, B.S.C., Business 
Administration; John Andrew 
FROST, Chicago, B.S., Pre- 
Med; James Grady GAINES, 
Mobile, B.S.C., Business Ad- 
ministration. 



Gerald Leon GOLEMAN, Bay- 
ou La Batre, Ala., B.S.C., In- 
dustrial Management; William 
Louis GOODALL, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., B.S., Physics; John 
Henry HAFNER, Daphne, Ala., 
B.S., English; John Barry 
HAGAN, New Haven, Ky., 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion. 



Mary Amelia HALLADAY, Mt. 
Vernon, Ala., B.S., Education; 
Mary Frances HALLET, Mobile, 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion; Rhoda Reynolds HEILE, 
S. Fort Mitchell, Ky., B.A., 
French; David Brown HIRSH- 
BURG, Mexico City, Mexico, 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion. 



Anthony Francis HOPP, Dallas, 
B.S.C., Accounting; John F. 
HUGHES, Mobilei, B.S., Pre- 
Med; Paul Francis JURGEN- 
SEN, Savannah, B.S. cum 
laude, Pre-Med; Joseph John 
KATTER, Bradenton, Fla., B.S., 
Pre-Med. 



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Harold Borden KAY, St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., B.S., Political 
Science; Mignon Vautrot KIL- 
DAY, Mobile, B.A., French; 
Anita Marcella KUHLER, Ama- 
nita, Tex., B.S. magna cum 
laude, Secondary Education; 
John R. LEE, Mobile, B.S.C., 
Business Administration. 



Francis Joseph McCORMACK, 
Mobile, B.S., summa cum 
laude, Physics; Michael L. Mc- 
DERMOTT, Skokie, III., B.S., 
Political Science; Aaron Frank 
McGEE, Eunice, La., B.S., Pre- 
Law; Sylvia E. McGRIFF, Mo- 
bile, B.S., English. 



George Barringer McKEE, 
Bayou La Batre, Ala., B.S.C., 
Business Administration; Har- 
vey Parker McNEELY, New 
Orleans, B.A., Philosophy; 
Melvin Joseph MALLET, Bayou 
La Batre, B.S.C., Business Ad- 
ministration; Julianne Louise 
MAYFIELD, Boynton Beach, 
Fla., B.S., Education. 



Mary Angela MIKILL, West 
Palm Beach, B.S., Education; 
Thomas S. MILLETTE, Green- 
ville, Miss., B.S.C., Business 
Administration; Donald J. 
MUSCOLINO, Birmingham, 
B.S.C., Economics; James 
Thomas OATES, Prichard, Ala., 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion. 



John Michael O'BRIEN, New 
Port, R. I., B.S., Physics; 
Michael J. O'DONNELL, De- 
troit, B.S.C., Economics; 
Michael Terence O'DONNELL, 
Miami, B.A., Political Science; 
Alfred Leonard PEREZ, Mobile,' 
B.S.C., Business Administra- 
tion. 




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Above, 1st Row: Rosalie Marie PERGANTIS, Mobile, 
B.A., History; Joan Ann PHILLIPP, Prichard, Ala., B.S., 
Art; Robert A. PHILLIPS, Savannah, B.A., English; 
James E. PICKETT, Yazoo City, Miss., B.S.C., Business 
Administration; John H. Glennon PONDER, Mobile, 
B.S.C., Accounting. 



Above, 2nd Row: Richard Kirk PUSCH, Evanston, 
III., B.S.C., Economics; Maureen R. PYNE, Chicago, 
B.S., English; William Francis RANDAG, Arlington 
Heights, III., B.S.C., Economics; James Joseph RELI- 
HAN, Tampa, B.S., Mathematics; Franklyn Thomas 
ROBERTS, Mobile, B.S., Political Science. 






Below, 1st Row* Rex E. ROS, Georgetown, S. C, 
B.S.C., Business Administration; Harold M. ROUCHELL, 
New Orleans, B.S., Physics; Allan Morton SANDERS, 
Mobile, B.S.C. cum laude, Accounting; John Henry 
SCHULTE, Coral Gables, Fla., B.A., English; Lee 
Arnold SHOQUIST, Prichard, Ala., B.S., Education. 



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Below, 2nd Row: Howard L. SIMMONS, Mobile, 
B.S., Education; Sydney C. SMITH, Tampa, B.S., Poli- 
tical Science; Carl Joseph STIMMEL, Atlanta, B.A., 
English; James Dennis SULLIVAN, Mobile, B.A., So- 
ciology; William T. VIRDEN, Greenville, Miss., B.S.C, 
Business Administration. 











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Above, 1st Row: Faustin Neff WEBER, Memphis, B.S., magna cum 
laude, Physics; John Michael WELCH, West Palm Beach, B.S., History; 
James Horace WELDON, Mobile, B.S., Political Science. 
2nd Row: Joseph A. WERRES, Douglaston, N. Y., B.S.C., Industrial 
Management; Thomas P. WHELEHAN, Brooklyn, N. Y., B.A., Socio- 
logy; Mark Edward WILL, Dayton, Ohio, B.S., Art. 
3rd Row: Kathleen WILLIAMS, Mobile, B.A. cum laude, English; 
William Michael WOLFARTH, Miami, B.S.C., Industrial Management; 
Anthony Thomas YOUNG, Vero Beach, Fla., B.S., English. 



Masters of Arts 



Completing the special program leading to the Master of Arts Degree 
in Philosophy were the following Jesuit Scholastics from Assumption 
Hall: Warren Peter BAYHI, S.J. . . . Carlos CHAMORRO, SJ. . . . 
John Alexander HANRAHAN, S.J. . . . Ernest Joseph JACQUES, 

SJ Louis Joseph LAMBERT, S.J Edmundo RODRIGUEZ, S.J. 

. . . James Lawrence ROY, SJ. . . . Louis Mulry TETLOW, SJ. . . . 
Paul Edward TRINCHARD, SJ. 



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Michael ALCHEDIAK, S.J., B.S., Math.; Louis 
J. ANKERSON, Mobile, B.S.C., Bus. Admin.; 
John BALTUSNIK, Mobile, B.S., Math.; J. R. 
BARMANN, S.J., B.S., Math.; William F. 
BARTHES, Mobile, B.S.C., Bus. Admin.; Oscar 
L. BENZINGER, S.J., B.S., Phil.; Joseph Lee 
BOSARGE, Mobile, B.S., Med-Tech; Otis 
Hendon BRUNSON, Mobile, B.S.C., Bus. 
Admin.; Joseph C. CHAPMAN, Mobile, B.S., 
Pol. Sci. ; Jack CLARK, Mobile, B.S.C., Ac- 
counting; Gail A. COOPER, Mobile, B.S.C., 
Bus. Admin.; Thomas G. CRANE, Dunedin, 
Fla., B.S., Pol. Sci. 



George T. DEVLIN, Elizabeth, N. J., B.A., 
Phil.; George DOMINGO, S.J., B.A, Phil.; 
Frank V. FIORE, Bethphage, N. Y., B.S., 
Biology; Brother Conran GALVIN, S.C., B.A., 
Secondary Educ; Billy Ennis GIVENS, Mo- 
bile, B.S., Secondary Educ; Dana Grove 
GOULD, Mobile, B.S., History; Michael D. 
GROGAN, B.S.C., Ind. Mgmt. 



Brother Roderic HARGETT, S.C., B.S., Sec- 
ondary Educ; Joseph Martin HAYDEN, Mait- 
land, Fla., B.S., Phil.; John Charles HIER- 
HOLZER, Lakewood, Fla., B.S., Med. Tech.; 
Alvin C. HOGGLE, B.S.C., Accounting; Law- 
rence H. JONES, S.J., B.S., Chemistry; Francis 
E. JUDGE, S.J., B.S., Math. 



Lucy LaFontisee KNIGHT, Mobile, B.S., Med- 
Tech; Colman McCARTHY, Glen Head, N. Y., 
B.S., English; Raymond Smith McCORMICK, 
S.J., B.S., Chemistry; James Reese Mc- 
GAHAGIN, Mobile, B.S.C., Bus. Admin.; John 
Patrick McNAMARA, S.J., B.S., Biology; 
Edward MADDEN, S.J., B.A., Phil.; Dennis 
J. MAHONEY, B.S.C., Bus. Admin.; 'Martin 
T. MORAN, S.J., B.S., Physics. 



James Francis O'BRIEN, S.J., B.S., Biology; 
Robert Vincent PASKEY, S.J., B.S., Chem- 
istry; Julius August PUSTEJOVSKY, SJ., B.A., 
Secondary Educ; David A. REIDY, Chicago, 
B.S., History; John Dominic ROSELLA, B.S.; 
Brother Herbert STAMM, S.C., B.S., Second- 
ary Educ; Ronald D. SYMONDS, Mobile, 
B.S., Pre-Med.; Harry William TOMPSON, 
S.J., B.A., Secondary Education. 



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Above: Father Tom Cronin, Mass Celebrant, gives 
his blessing to Seniors, Faculty, and Guests. 
Below: Father Rivet checks acolytes and Colour 
Guard before start of Baccalaureate Procession. 




Baccalaureate 



Speaker for the May 22 Service was His Ex- 
cellency, the Most Reverend Joseph Brunini, 
auxiliary bishop of Natchez-Jackson. Father 
Freeman's Chapel Choir presented a special 
program of music, including 3-part selections 
for voices, brass choir, organ. 







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Above: Commencement Speaker, Dr. Dumont F. | 
Kenny, launches grads into the cold, cruel world. ; 
Doctor Kenny, a former advisor to the U. S. Mili- 
tary Government in past-war Germany, is a vice- 
president of the National Conference of Christians 
and Jews. 



Left: View of audience, as Kathy Williams ap- 
proaches to receive her degree,- Procession heads 
for Avenue of Oaks; Sid Smith ends long journey 
which led to that diploma. 



Below: Valedictorian John Hafner, who pinch-hit 
valiantly for ailing Frank McCormack. 




COMMENCEMENT 



AVENUE OF OAKS, 1960 



The traditional clear skies and warm 
weather were on hand as the proces- 
sion of faculty and seniors moved out 
of Byrne Library at 10 in the morning 
of May 24. His Excellency, Most Rev- 
erend Archbishop Thomas J. Toolen, 
of Mobile-Birmingham, gave diplomas 
to 145. 





With unprecedented speed, the new grads 
lined up for this picture and waited for the 
professional photographer to show up. He 
didn't, so Father Anderson obliged. 



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Mr. Billy Heath and student orchestra played during program intermissions. 



Below: Coeds helped serve refreshments to grads and guests after program. 




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Commence m e n t 

HONORS 



GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY DIPLOMAS were awarded 
to Mr. John E. Toomey, Sr., and Mr. Duggan A. 
Neely, both Mobile businessmen of the class of 1910. 
(Mr. Toomey died of a heart attack a few hours 
later, in his home. May he rest in peace.) 

• • • 

DAN LEACH received the BLOCK MEDAL for MUSIC 
. . . GEORGE WARREN: The Bishop O'SULLIVAN 
MEDAL for the best paper in THEOLOGY . . . 
JULIAN McDONNELL: The WALSH MEDAL for 
ORATORY . . . TOM VICKERS: The MASTIN MEDAL 
for Best Paper in GENERAL CHEMISTRY . . . VELTIN 
BOUDREAUX: The STEWART MEDAL for Best Paper 
in BIOLOGY . . . ALLAN M. SANDERS: The FAULK 
MEDAL for Highest Honors in COMMERCE . . . 
ANTHONY F. HOPP: The LANGE MEDAL for Excel- 
lence in ACCOUNTING . . . MICHAEL J. O'DONNELL: 
The ECONOMICS MEDAL . . . WILLIAM L. GOODALL: 
The ALLEN MEDAL for Excellence in DEPORTMENT 
. . . FRANCIS J. McCORMACK: The Bishop TOOLEN 
MEDAL for Highest 4-Year SCHOLASTIC Average 
. . . E. A. BROSEMER: The HOUSSIERE MEDAL for 
Excellence in MATHEMATICS . . . JOHN P. CAR- 
MODY: The CATHOLIC WEEK Award in JOURNALISM 
. . . MISSY JONES and CAROL CAMPBELL: FRENCH. 
Awards (Elementary and Intermediate, respectively) 
. . . Brother PAULUS MONTERO, SO., and LINDA 
CAMPBELL: SPANISH Awards (Intermediate and Lit- 
erature, respectively) . . . TERRY O'DONNELL: The 
MATT RICE SERVICE CUP . . . AILEEN FLYNN: The 
CHI RHO AWARD ... The PERSHING RIFLES: The 
Father WILLIAM D. OLEARY AWARD . . . CLAUDE 
J. O'CONNOR: Distinguished Student in ACCOUNT- 
ING AWARD . . . PAUL JURGENSEN: MOBILE 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARD. 



Award Winner Bill Goodall shows Medal to Folks. 




Missy Jones, Paul Jurgensen and Dan Leach Congratulate 
One Another on the Medals They Received. 



Below: Biology Award Winner Boudreaux Receives Plaudits 
from Mom and Family. 




Below: Campbell Sisters, Linda and Carol, Won Top Language 
Medals in Spanish and French. 







SENIOR PROM 



Mobile's Country Club was again the scene, but that scene 
was altered this year as the Senior Class chose to attend 
and dance without wearing those hot commencement gowns. 
E. B. Coleman's 16-piece band, and vocalists, provided the 
music. Entertainment was provided by what has become a 
tradition: diving exhibitions by the graduates. 

Left: Horace Bouchelion's Trumpet Was His Invite to the Big Prom. 




Above: Rhoda Heile and Fiance John Hafner Entered Life's Swim 
Together. 

Left: Senior Class Prexy Mike McDermott and His Date, Helen Leitner. 

Below: Mr. Sidney Simon, Mobilian of the Year and President Emeritus 
of the Spring Hill National Alumni, entertains at Hughes Table. 





Right: Terry O'Donnell (Student Government President) and Mike 
McDermott (Senior Class President) pose for photo with their Mothers 
and Dates. 

Below: The usual milling around precedes promenade call-outs. 




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Chosen as Spring Hill's "Miss Glamour" by campus-wide stu- 
dent vote was JULIE MAYFIELD, senior from Boynton Beach, 
Fla. Julie majored in Education. Other Finalists in the voting 
were Kathy Piazza, Cindy Schumacher, Geri Packard, Jeanne 
Edgar, Mary Cooper, Rhoda Heile, Gayle Brueggeman, Sissie 
Crumley and Lynn Cavanaugh. 





MARY COOPER, Birmingham, the only freshman to make this 
year's list of "Favorites," was also chosen as one of this year's 
Hill representatives for Mobile's Azalea Trail. 



Inseparable PAUL JURGENSEN and JOE KATTER, brothers in 
Tri-Beta and Omicron, sweated out four years of Pre-Med 
and still found time to serve. Paul made Alpha Sigma Nu, 
won the Freshman Cup in 1957, worked on the MENDELIAN. 
Joe gave his voice to the Chapel Choir and his savvy to the 
Executive Council. 



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RHODA HEILE, shown above with DAN LEACH, made "Who's Who" 
after transferring here from Nazareth College, Ky. At the Hill she 
worked on The MOTLEY and with the Glee Club. Dan sang a lead in 
our 1959 production of BRIGADOON, and also sang many roles with 
the Mobile Opera Guild, including DON PASQUALE and ROMEO 
AND JULIET. 



JOE BOWLING and VELTIN BOUDREAUX made "Who's Who" as 
Biology majors and fellow members of Alpha Sigma Nu, Tri-Beta, 
and Scabbard & Blade. Joe prexied Tri-Beta,- Veltin captained the 
Band; both served on the Representative Council. 



Featured on these pages are our can- 
didates for "Who's Who in American 
Colleges, 1960" (chosen by a faculty- 
student committee) and the TORCH- 
sponsored winners of coed beauty- 
and-popularity awards (chosen by 
campus-wide student vote). Miss Torch 
and her Court of Favorites were in- 
troduced at the Student Government 
Dance December 8. 






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LYNN CAVANAUGH, our 1960 "Miss 
TORCH," has already been introduced on 
page one, but here is another picture. Lynn 
was a "Favorite" in 1958 and 1959. 





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MIKE O'DONNELL, CAROL CAMPBELL, and MIKE McDERMOTT are the 
"Who's Who" trio above. O'Donnell served on the Executive Council, 
sang with the Chapel Choir, and was an Omicron Sigma. Carol trans- 
ferred here from Loyola of Chicago and rang up perfect grades in 
Math. McDermott sparked this 1960 TORCH and prexied his class 
these past two years. Omicron Sigma and Representative Council. 



JOHN HAFNER and KATHLEEN WILLIAMS also made "Who's Who." 
Kathy sang with the Glee Club and worked on The MOTLEY, which 
John edited this year. She also served as secretary of Chi Rho. Hafner 
made Alpha Sigma Nu and served as vice-president of Student Govern- 
ment. ROTC lst-sergeant and Omicron Sigma. 



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JEANNE EDGAR, Mobile Junior, was our 1959 Miss 
Torch, and easily made this year's Court of Favorites. 
Jeannie is "Sister" of Omicron Fraternity and a Chi 
Rho member. Accelerated English major. 



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ANGIE and BOBBIE MIKILL are sisters from 
West Palm Beach. Angie is a 1960 grad in 
Education, Bobbie a junior. Both are ROTC 
sponsors and Chi Rho sisters. Bobbie is also 
Sister of Omicron Sigma Fraternity. 




TERRY O'DONNELL and JACK CARMODY 
made "Who's Who," Carmody as a 
SPRINGHILLIAN editor, Tri-Beta and Omi- 
cron member, and MENDELIAN staffer. 
Terry headed the Executive Council as Stu- 
dent Government President, fraternized with 
Omicron, and served as business manager of 
the SPRINGHILLIAN in 1958-59. 



ANN McDONALD, a Mobile "Favorite" for 
the second year running, was an Azalea 
Trail representative in 1959, and has served 
as secretary of her class each year. ROTC 
Sponsor and Sister of Phi Omega. A Soph- 
omore, Ann is a Libera! Arts sophomore. 






NEFF WEBER and CLIFF ALEXANDER, Physics majors, made "Who's 
Who" and Alpha Sigma Nu. Cliff lettered four years with the Tennis 
varsity. Weber served this year as executive officer of the ROTC 
cadets and has worked for both the SPRINGHILLIAN and Omicron. 
Both have held offices in the Physics Club. 








CAROL ANN O'DONOHUE, Birmingham Junior and 
English major, repeats as a Favorite. Carol Ann is 
Sister of Phi Omega Fraternity, captain of the cheer- 
leaders, Sodalist, ROTC Sponsor, two-term secretary 
of Chi Rho, and was Sweetheart of her Sophomore 
Class. 



CONNIE KEARNEY, a Favorite from Lynhurst, N. J., 
is a sophomore transfer from Fordham University. She 
is a Chi Rho member, an ROTC Sponsor, and is 
majoring in Education. 



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FRANK McCORMACK made "Who's 
Who" as cadet commander of the 
ROTC, Captain of Scabbard & 
Blade, Alpha Sigma Nu member, 
and president of the Physics Club. 
Chosen as Valedictorian, he wound 
up in hospital and was unable to 
attend Commencement. Graduated 
"summa cum laude," naturally. 



JOY SERDA, Mobile Junior, also re- 
peats as a Favorite. Joy has been 
Sweetheart of Omicron Sigma and 
is an ROTC Sponsor. A Chi Rho 
member, she was chosen as Sister 
of her Sophomore class. 



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HAROLD KAY, REX ROS and SYD SMITH made 
"Who's Who." Kay was president of the International 
Relations Club, vice-president of Portier Debaters, 
chairmaned the Azalea Debate Tourney, member of 
the Knights of Columbus, SPRINGHILLIAN and MOT- 
LEY staffs. Rex was chancellor of Phi Omega, mem- 
ber of Scabbard & Blade as a cadet 1st sergeant. 
Treasurer of the Senior Class, Rex also sat on the 
Interfraternity Council. Smith, vice-president of Yenni 
Players, had a lead role in this year's THE LADY IS 
NOT FOR BURNING. Before his college career was 
interrupted by military service, Sid had a lead role 
in the musical LAST CHANCE. Returning, he was 
president of the Veterans Club this year. 



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JUNIORS 




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Above: Diane Wachter shows Geri Sturtz how to 
recite gracefully and with poise. 



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Above: Junior Class Officers are (seated) Tommy Mulligan 
(succeeded by John Yannuzzi for 2nd semester); Joe Imorde, 
vice-president; John Brennan, president; and John Delano, 
secretary. 



Below: Tom Vickers sets Kathy Sprague straight. 





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Claudio ACEVEDO, Peter BARCIA, Earl BASSETT, Thomas 
BECKER, Michael BOURSAW, Malcolm BRIGMAN, John 
BRENNAN. 



Michael BROUSSARD, Nicholas CAIRNS, Jose CARRERAS, 
Fairy CARTER, James CAZALAS, Camile CAZEDESSUS, 
James CHICO. 



Michael COUGHLIN, Louis COURIE, Franklin COWART, 
Philip CROWDER, John DALEY, Robert DAVIS, Patrick De 
JEAN. 







Below, 1st Row: John DELANO, Wayne DELISLE, Med 
DUREL, Richard ECKLER, Jeanne EDGAR, Joseph 
EGAN. 



Below, 2nd Row: Aileen FLYNN, Enrique GONZALES, 
Rose GOOCH, Thomas GOODALL, Wendell HALL, 
Davi HENDERSON. 





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Below, 1st Row: James HIGGINS, James HOWELL, 
John HRUBY, Joseph IMORDE, Glenda JOHNSON, 
Marilyn JOHNSON. 



Below, 2nd Row Graham KRAMER, Gary La FLEUR, 
William LAGMAN, Claire LAUBENTHAL, Daniel 
LEACH, John LEONARD. 






Below, 1st Row: Joseph SMITH, Mary Agnes 
SMITH, Dennis SULLIVAN, Richard SULLIVAN, 
Robert SULLIVAN, Sandor SZOKE. 



Below, 2nd Row: Terry TWINE, Thomas 
VICKERS, Diane WACHTER, James WALLACE, 
Paulette WALSH, George WARREN. 





Fred MAGENHEIMER, William MANGELS- 
DORF, Julie MATANOCK, William MARSH- 
BURN, Barbara MIKILL, Catherine MITCHELL, 
Anson MOYE, Thomas MULLIGAN. 



Luis MUNOZ, James MURPHY, Louis MYERS, 
Carol Ann O'DONOHUE, Alfred PEREZ, 
Winston PETITJEAN, Edith POWERS, Michael 
RAPPORT. 



Dillon REED, David REIDY, Emmanuel REVIL- 
LA, Richard RUPPERT, William SCHEMMEL, 
Joyce SERDA, Douglas SIMPSON, John 
SMITH. 




Below, 1st Row: Yvonne WEHL, Guy WHELE- 
HAN. 2nd Row: Henry WHITE, John YAN- 
NUZZI. 







Boys meet girls between classes in Physics Lecture Room. 
Below: Tuning up before Frosh-Soph Beach Party. 







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Above, left: Ray looks apprehensive as Davis makes 
with the shears in Kenny Hall clinic. 
Below: Frosh successfully battled resourceful Sophs 
in October's Tug o'War. 



Above: Class Officers ANN McDONALD (Secretary), 
KIP TEDESCHI (Vice President), RICK DETRIO (Treas- 
urer), DENNY WEBB (President). 




Judy ALEXANDER, Jerome ALLAIN, Lynn AUCOIN, 
Joan BARRY, Jerry BECKER, Richard BERCHER, Mar- 
ion BISCHOFF, Santos CALANDRO, Nancy CARROLL, 
John CLOVER. 



Edward COCO, Richard COERVER, Emile COMBE, 
John CONWAY, Mario CROES, Carl DAVIS, John 
DeJEAN, Susan DEKLE, John DEMARET, Richard 
DETRIO. 






Robert DICKS, John DiPLACIDO, George DOLAN, 
Ann DOODY, Thomas DOYLE, William DUKATE, 
Charlton DUKES, Leslie DURBIN, Suzanne ELLERT, 
Stephen ELLIS. 



Martin FERRAND, Richard FINCH, Ann FLATTERY, E. 
C. FLOWERS, Eleanor FORD, Philip GABRIEL, Michael 
GALLAGHER, Manuel GANZARAIN, Peter GANIME, 
Robert GARCIA. 





Left: Johnstone tinkers in Physics Laboratory. 
Below, 1st Row: Thomas GITZINGER, Marilyn GRAF, 
Sue HEIDGEN. 

2nd Row: Robert HETTLER, John JOHNSTONE, Mich- 
ael KAFFER. 




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Below: 1st Row: Constance KEARNEY, Joseph KIOWSKI, John 
LAVIN, James LAWLOR, John LEMOINE, Gerald LEWIS, 
Thomas LONERGAN. 



Below, 2nd Row: C. J. LOUISELLE, Thomas MAGRUDER, Fal- 
vey MALARCHER, Dennis MALCOR, Elias MANSUR, John 
McCORMICK, Anne McDONALD. 




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Below, 1st Row: Eugene TEDESCHI, Gus THAMES, Kathleen 
THOMAS, May THOMPSON, Elaine THORSEN, Eliza TOPAZI, 
Marvin UPHAUS. 





Below, 2nd Row: Mary Jo VALTHAUSER, Robert VERNON, 
Salvatore VERSAGGI, Robert VIOLA, James WALL, Dennis 
WEBB, Barbara WEINACKER. 



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May McDONOUGH, Anthony McNAMARA, Joan 
McNICHOL, Thomas MILLER, Betty MURDEN, Anthony 
MUSCOLINO, Arthur NICHOLAS, John NIXON, 
Joseph NOLFE, Estelle O'DONNELL. 



Matthew O'MALLEY, Gerald OWENS, James FART- 
RIDGE, Robert PATOUT, Frances PERGANTIS, Paul 
PETRO, Charles PIEROTTI, Kathy PLANT, Gregory 
PORGES, Barry PREEDOM. 



Rita RABON, Harold REED, Tamara REISS, Philip 
REVERE, William REVERE, Elmore RIGAMER, Peter 
RITTEN, George SANCHEZ, Marcus SCHIMEK, Cathy 
SCHNEIDER. 



Cynthia SCHUMACHER, James SHAHEEN, John 
SHAND, Kathryn SHROUT, Elliot SMITH, Frank SMOR, 
Sam SPINA, Juanita STRAIN, Nan STUARDI, Stephens 
TAPIA. 




Above, 1st Row: Norman WHEELER, George WILLIAMS, Vicky 
YORK. 2nd Row: Dale YOUNCE, Robert YRAUSQUIN, Louise 
ZOGHBY. 



Left: "Did we leave anyone locked in the Library?' 



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FRESHMEN 








Above: Weber makes sure that Quinlan's 
I.D. photo will be out of focus. 



Left: Doing the strong-man act on arrival to 
take up Walsh Hall diggings. 



Below: Coeds run gauntlet of fellow frosh as 
they arrive for session of indoctrination in 
College Inn. 





Right: Freshman Class Officers are 
John Golden, president; Missy 
Jones, secretary; Marion Dawson, 
treasurer. Golden moved up when 
Brooke Arnold had to leave the 
College at mid-year. 



Edwin ABELL, Jose ALFARO, Mike 
ALLEN, Armando ALMENDARES, 
Albert AMOS. 



Henry ANDREWS, Elbert ARENDS, 
Brooke ARNOLD, Robert AVATI, 
Larry BARRAS. 



James BARRETT, Ronald BARRY, 
Tom BAUMAN, Allen BEHRINGER, 
Elizabeth BELL. 



John BERNAUER, Espy BLAKELY, 
Carol BLUM, Neil BLUNT, Toi 
BOHNE. 





Carolyn BOLLING, Marianne 
BRIGGS, Lewis BROCK, Edward 
BROSEMER, Jeff BROWN. 



John BROWN, Gayle BRUEGGE- 
MAN, Tom BURBA, Eileen BURK, 
John BURKE. 



Bea BUSBEE, Dixie CAHILL, James 
CARNEY, Edgar CASEY, Robert 
CAZALAS. 



Marietta CHAMBERS, Dennis 
CHERRY, Edward CLANCY, Oran 
COCHRAN, Errol COLLIER. 



James COLLINS, Mary COOPER, 
Tom COUGHLIN, Jim CRAWFORD, 
Stephen CROWLEY. 



Mary CRUMLEY, Walter CULLEN, 
Sheridan DASHNER, Tim DAUGH- 
ERTY, Marion DAWSON. 



Tom DeBLANC, Pat DEE, John 
DELAY, Joe DONAHUE, Nora 
DOUGHERTY. 



Mike DRISCOLL, Arthur DUDLEY, 
Judy DUNKIN, Henry EALY, George 
EATON. 




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Betty ELLIS, H. J. ELSTROTH, Allen 
ESTILLETTE, John EWENS, Elaine 
FERNIANY. 



Ann FERRITER, Jim FIELDS, John 
FISCHER, William FLAUTT, Mike 
FLEMING. 



James FLOYD, Mike FOLEY, Vincent 
FOLEY, Richard FORD, Marie 
FREITAS. 



Charles GALLINA, Mary Ann 
GEARY, Hal GIEB, George GILLI- 
GAN, Ann GLIDDON. 



John GLYNN, Dennis GODWIN, 
John GOLDEN, Sharon GOODNER, 
Jerry GUILLIOT. 



Ahmet GULEYUP, Theresa HAGEN- 
DORFER, Mary Ann HALL, Sue Ann 
HALLET, Thomas HALLIGAN. 



Tom HAMPTON, Joe HEITER, Frank 
HENKEL, Fred HELMSING, Pete 
HENDRICKS. 



Doug HERMAN, Fred HERRERO, 
Maurice HOWARD, Jerry HOWELL, 
Helen HUDSON. 



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Henry JARVIS, George JONES, 
Missy JONES, Anthony KALNOKY, 
Barbara KELLY. 



Kenneth KIRCHOFF, John KLEBER, 
Frank KLEIN, Mary KLYCE, Marion 
LAUBENTHAL. 



Tom LAYNE, Bob LEONARD, Sally 
LONG, Jim LYNCH, Edward 
MAGUIRE. 



Ellen MANNING, David MARKEY, 
Ronald MARTIN, Julian McDON- 
NELL, Richard McGOUGH. 



Paul McHUGH, Mike McNALLY, 
Charles McNAMARA, Dan McPART- 
LAND, Ronald MEIER. 



Norman MELUN, James MIM- 
NAUGH, Earl MINGLEDORF, L. P. 
MISTROT, Ernest MOORE. 



Lynne MORDAUNT, Carol Sue 
MUDD, J. W. MURPHY, Mary Jane 
MURPHY, Bill MURPHY. 



Ronnie MYERS, James NAEHR, 
Sandra NARDELLI, Harry NEWKIRK, 
Richard NOVEY. 










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Conrad NOWAK, John OLSEN, D. 
ORENDORFF, Bill ORTH, Geri 
PACKARD. 



Larry PAPST, Mike PARKER, George 
PATEY, Kathy PIAZZA, C. J. PIER- 
SON. 



Ann PIKE, Pat PELLEGRINO, Jean 
RADKA, Lou RAY, Bob REDMAN. 



Linda RENTZ, Pat RICE, Pat RILEY, 
Manuel RIVERO, Peggy ROBIN- 
SON. 



Manuel RODRIGUEZ, Chetta ROE, 
Mike ROMEO, Jim ROSS, Alwyn 
ROUYER. 



Ray ROY, Anthony SCHEDER, Mike 
SCHIER, Tom SCHMITZ, Tom 
SCHNEIDER. 



Kathy SCHWAB, Mary SEDLACEK, 
Salvatore SEGRETO, Jack SEL- 
HORST, Judson SHAW. 



Bill SHEEHAN, Nancy SHEFFIELD, 
Carl SHIRK, Tom SINGLETON, Mary 
Ann SMITH. 



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Below, left: Carol Blum tries out the year's collegiate 

craze. 

Below, right: Eileen Burk tried hard to make bicycles 

the rage. 





Louise SPAFFORD, Kathy SPRAGUE, Richard STAN- 
DISH, George STEEN, Dudley STEWART, Janet 
STODGELL, Jerry STOEFFEL, Glenn STREET, Sandra 
STROMEI. 



and undergrad 

FEATURES 




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Jeri STURTZ, Eugene SULLIVAN, Peter SULLIVAN, 
Elizabeth SYLVESTER, C. E. TERRILL, Ray TODD, Jim 
TONER, Clay THREETON, Virginia TUNSTALL. 



Bill TUOHEY, A. G. TYPALDOS, Joe UMBACH, Jac- 
ques VINMONT, Bill WADE, John WALSH, Robert 
WALSH, Carl WASAFF, Bert WEBER. 



Rodey WILLIAMS, Molly WILLIS, Gwen WITTEN- 
BORN, Jim WRIGHT, Bill YEAGER, Warren YEMM, 
James YOUNG, Mitzi ZALOPANY, Dave ZINNAMON. 




Above: New way to balance chemical equations. 
Below: Departure for Frosh-Soph beach party, spon- 
sored October 3 by Student Government. 




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between-classes break in Badgers 
Den; Another way to while away 
the time between classes. 

Left: Bongo drums accompany juke 
box during first frosh party, at Fort 
Hardeman, Nov. 22. 

Right: Brooke Arnold receives con- 
gratulations from ubiquitous George 
Warren. (Arnold was elected prexy 
by frosh, but had to leave College 
after first semester.) 

Below: Crowd during Orientation- 
Week party in College Inn. 



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Above: Students receive Holy Com- 
munion during Mass of Holy Spirit 
September 24. 

Left: Father John Walsh preaches 
during Mass of Holy Spirit. 

Right: Sodality Chapel, oldest 
building on College campus. 




ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES 




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Above: Med-Techs prepare demon- 
stration for Feb. 7 Science Day. 

Left: Officers of newly formed Eng- 
lish Club: Vice-president Jim Wal- 
lace, President Jim Howell, Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Richie Sullivan. 

Right: Science Fair, sponsored 
March 11-12 by College, brought 
exhibitors such as this young nu- 
clear physicist. 




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SODALITY 



Meeting in Kenny Hall for discussions each 
Wednesday night and attending Mass to- 
gether Thursday mornings, the College So- 
dality kept its powerhouse humming through- 
out the year. Special activities included 
sponsorship of the Christmas Dinner and 
Party, and the annual Ceylon Mission Drive. 



Left. 1st Row: Denny Webb, Dennis Cherry, 
Joe Imorde (Prefect 1959-1961), Jack Leo- 
nard, Buck Preedom, Father Tom Cronin 
(Faculty Director), Jim Murphy. 

2nd Row: Price Crane, Richard Standish, 
Mike Driscoll, J. B. Egan, Jim Higgins, Bud 
Daley. 



Below, 1st Row: Pat Dee, Geri Packard, Diane Wachter, Jean Radka, Marion Bischoff, 
Kathy Schwab, Liz Sylvester, Connie Kearney, Cathy Schneider, Carol Ann O'Donohue. 
Middle: Sue Ann Mudd, Gayle Brueggeman, Missy Jones, Ann Flattery, Mitzi Zalopony, 
Marietta Chambers, Toi Bohne, Sue Heigden. Rear: Marianne Briggs, Carolyn Boiling, 
Terry Hagendorfer, Kathy Sprague, Mary Cooper, Mary Ferniany. 




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Left: Santa and his helper arrive 
during Christmas Party; hard to tell 
which bag had the most stuffing. 



Right: Tony McNamara stole the 
show with his bell-ringing during 
Christmas Party in College Inn. 



Below: Rarely seen is bust of the 
Virgin in Byrne Library Museum; 
Fathers Cronin and Freeman bless 
cavalcade of autos December 13. 






Left: Fathers Cronin, Cradell and 
Lynette watch fun during Christmas 
Party. (Father Crandell made this 
his first attendance at a student 
function after his inauguration.) 



Right: Madonna Delia Strada 
coeds and Housemother Mrs. Mc- 
Cafferty won the Mission Drive and 
received the Peter Beach Trophy 
from Father Tom. Eileen Burk, 
Estelle O'Donnell and Carol Camp- 
bell sparked efforts. 




MADONNA FAIR 



Coed Socialists went all out to raise money for the Ceylon 
Mission Drive, with Madonna Delia Strada topping all stu- 
dent groups. Here are pictured scenes from the Fair they 
held March 13. We regret having been unable to get photos 
of the College Inn "Campus Confidential" presented March 
20 by St. Margaret's Hall coeds. 



Left: Campbell sisters hawk their "Chick Derby" tickets; ten cents bet 
on the fastest chick could win you a faster buck. 

Below: Dan Conlin was crowned "King of Madonna Hall," and grac- 
iously accepted the ensuing honors. 





Left: The cakes went fast, too, 
sliced or whole — especially the 
chocolate-topped ones. 

Right: Bischoff and O'Donohue 
found customers for the "Fish Pond," 
but there was a wilder scramble to 
guess "Whose Legs Are These?" 






Front: Father Warren Freeman (Director) confers with Mr. Paul Knopp, 
Organist. 1st Row: Joe Katter, Lou Meyers, Mike O'Donnell, John 
Delay, Dick Marsano, Joe Imorde, Hank Andries, Dick Eckler. Rear: Hue 
Thomas, Pete Ganime, Henry Flautt, Wendell Hall, Bob Kelly, Carl 
Stimmel, Bob Davis. 

Left: Father Freeman and Mr. Knopp check signals. 

Below: Mr. Tetlow, S.J., leads Jesuit Scholastic Choir. 



CHAPEL CHOIR 



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ALTAR SERVERS 



A group photo didn't materialize, and it probably would have 
been impossible to get them all in one picture, but we want 
to pay tribute to the many men who assisted at the many 
College altars for daily and special Masses. 

Right: Stations of the Cross during Freshman Retreat. (Other 
classes made closed retreats during year at Pass Christian or 
Visitation Monastery. A "mop-up" retreat was offered at 
year's end to those who had missed. 



[NIGHTS of COLUMBUS 

Another large group of students was initiated this year into 
the Hill's Council 3038. The third-degree initiation was held 
October 11, and members partied April 13. 

Below, seated: John Lavin, Harold Kay, Mike Broussard, John 
DeJean, Ronnie Martin. Jim Shaheen. Middle: Frank McGee, 
Falvey Malarcher, Bob Davis, Graham Kramer (Grand Knight), 
J. B. Egan, Jim Higgins. Rear: Harry Newkirk, Frank Roberts, 
Bob Garcia, Jim Lynch, Bob Vanasco. 





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ALPHA SIGMA NU 



This honor society for men attending Jesuit colleges and universities 
devoted its efforts this year to inaugurating a program which will unite 
its alumni members throughout the country. Doctor Charles Boyle is 
Hill moderator. The local chapter held its annual Initiation and Ban- 
quet May 11, inducting the group shown below into its membership. 
Veltin Boudreaux was 1959-60 prexy. 




Seated: Junior Class members Jim Wallace, Tom Vickers (vice president), Joe 
Imorde (secretary-treasurer). Standing: Rick Ruppert, George Warren, Jim 
Murphy (president). 






Cliff Alexander 




Veltin Boudreaux 




Joe Bowling 




John Hafner 



Paul Jurgensen 



Francis McCormack 



Neff Weber 



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LAMBDA TAU 



This year, when the first Science Day failed to draw 
the expected crowds of visitors, members of this honor 
society for med-techs went right ahead and sponsored 
another one. (Mrs. Morris, their moderator, has in- 
stilled much of her own determination into her group.) 



Left: Terry Hagendorfer finds her sister an uneasy volunteer 
for demonstration of blood-typing. 



Below, seated: Bessie Lukes, Missy Jones, Suzanne Ellert, President John Hierholzer, 
Secretary Lynn Au Coin, Vice-president Julie Matanock, Theresa Hagendorfer. 
Standing: Jan Stodgell, Mrs. Ella Morris (Moderator), Marilynn Graf, Catherine Mitchell, 
Rita Rabon, Betty Ellis. 




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TRI-BETA 



This honor society for Biology students continued to "deluge" 
the campus with its Sunday night go-to-meeting procession 
of speakers in the field of medicine and its related sciences. 
But members finally got a chance to relax at the annual 
barbecue given by Doctor Muscat at his home near Point 
Clear "across the Bay." 




1st Row: John Hierholzer, Joe Katter, Veltin Boudreaux, Paul 
Jurgensen, Joe Bowling, Henry Andries (President 1960-61), 
John DiPlacido (secretary), Lynn Au Coin (historian), Peter 
Ganime (editor of the MENDELIAN), Peter Barcia (vice- 
president). 2nd Row: Gary LaFleur, Edward Miller, S.J., Em- 
manuel Ishaq, Frank Mele, S.J., Lynn Mordaunt, Geraldine 
Sturtz, George Shoup, S.J., Joe Doe, S.J. 3rd Row: James 
O'Brien, S.J., Dick Finch, Jim Barrett, Jack Frost, Mrs. Morris, 
Gary Schwartzkopf, S.J., Joseph Delclos, S. J. 4th Row: Mr. 
Biebel, Doctor Hemphill, Dud Stewart, Elmore Rigamer, John 
Selhorst, Jack Carmody, Ronald Barry. Not pictured: Father 
Yancey, Moderator. 

Left: Bowling and Katter consult with Mr. Biebel in lab. 



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Lectures, visits to Florida State University and 
Courtauld's synthetics plant, and a swimming 
party on Fowl River preceded the May Ban- 
quet at the Sea Ranch for members of this 
honor society affiliated with the American 
Chemical Society. 



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Seated: Anson Moye, Pete Petro, Rose Gooch, Tom 
Vickers (President), Father Rimes (Moderator), Whee- 
ler Blakeney, Dick Reese, Jim Robertson. 
Standing: Ben Shaw, Kit Waldon, Tom O'Haver, 
John Walsh, Jim Abbott, James Burke, S.J., Edward 
Madden, S.J., Med Durel. 



Right: An experimental set-up in the physical-chemistry lab. 




A. I. P. 

STUDENT SECTION 



Making news this year, the Hill's young physicists were 
admitted to the American Institute of Physics as a Stu- 
dent Section, and members settled down to reading 
the Institute's publication, PHYSICS TODAY, and 
sponsoring a number of lectures by experts in their 
field. 






Seated: Andrew Boer, Frank McCormack (Presi- 
dent 1959-60), Tom Doyle, James Chico (President 
1960-61), Father Rhein (Moderator), John Kane, 
Marvin Uphaus. Middle: Conrad Nowak, John 
O'Brien, Bill Goodall, Tom DeMaio, Barry Pree- 
dom, Marcus Schimek, Neff Weber, Harvey East- 
man. Rear: Martin Moran, S.J., Harold Rouchell, 
Cliff Alexander, Robert Wenstrup, Jim Murphy, 
Emile Combe, Falvey Malarcher, Bill McAleer, 
Sheridan Dashner, Lawrence Melear, Jim Carney. 



Carney demonstrates gyroscope principle during 
Science Day demonstration in Physics auditorium. 






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ACCENT on SCIENCE . . . 

To complete the year, we offer an assortment, partly to cover 
the Summer Institute in Chemistry, sponsored by National 
Science Foundation and directed by Doctor Kearley (whose 
photo we inadvertently omitted on Chemistry pages). 




Below: Part of crowd attendirg Laffineur lecture July 11. 





Above: Dr. Earl G. Hamel, Jr. ('51), guest 
speaker for Tri-Beta's Banquet and Formal 
Initiation, chats with Dr. Muscat. Speaker 
is on staff of U. of Ala. Medical Center. 



Left: A well-balanced experiment in lab. 

Below: A prizes-winning exhibit in Hill- 
sponsored Science Fair; Doctor Kearley must 
have caught a big one — scene following 
Summer Institute lecture by Doctor Huss, of 
Hebrew University, Jerusalem. 

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It would have taken a dozen photographers and re- 
porters, plus a hundred or more extra pages in this 
book, to cover adequately the activities which follow, 
but all we could do was present what we hope is an 
adequate sampling. 



Right: The brave but shaky turned out in good numbers for 
the March 10 visit of Red Cross blood-collecting caravan. 





Above: Climax of Chi Rho's Fashion Show came with models 
showing off stunning display of evening-wear formals. 



Right: Ubiquitous Jim Crawford turned up as backstage 
dispenser of music for Yenni's "The Lady Is Not For Burning." 



Left: Candidates for May 5 class elections were not timid 
about proclaiming their alleged qualifications. 





Omicron 
Sigma 

FRATERNITY 



Above: 1959-1960 Officers were TOM MILLETTE (Chancellor); PAUL JURGENSEN (Vice- 
Chancellor); TOM WHELEHAN (Secretary); FRANK McGEE (Treasurer). 
Below: 1960-1961 Officers: JOHN DELANO (Chancellor); CAMILLE CAZEDESSUS (Vice- 
Chancellor); LEW MEYERS (Secretary); JOHN YANNUZZI (Treasurer). 




As Tom Millette handed over Omicron's gavel to new chan- 
cellor John Delano, he probably was remembering the past 
year's activities: that gay Polynesian party, first date on the 
fraternity's social calendar,- the campus visit by Miss America 
1959, Mary Ann Mobley,- the Fraternity Masses, food drives, 
and Christmas Party for the needy Alabama Mission; the 
orphans' party at Allen Memorial Home; those Inter-Fraternity 
football games — and the rushing and initiation of the new 
members. Mr. Sam Betty won Omicron's "Alumnus of the 
Year" award. Final fling was at the Colony Restaurant May 
14. 




JEANNE EDGAR 
Sister 



Armando Almendares, Pete Barcia, 
Ron Barry, "Neil Behringer, Dick 
Bercher, Veltin Boudreaux, Joe 
Bowling, Jeff Brown. 



Tom Burba, Jack Carmody, Jose 
Carreras, Fred Caver, Oran Coch- 
ran, Bubba Collier, Jack Collins, 
John DeJean. 



Jose de Dianous, Dick Eckler, Bill 
Goodall, John Hierholzer, George 
Jones, Joe Katter, Frank Klein, Gary 
LaFleur. 



Jim Lawlor, John Lemoine, Frank 
Lugo, Bill McAleer, Jack McCor- 
mick, Dick McGough, Mike Mc- 
Nally, Fred Magenheimer. 




MARY COOPER 
Sponsor 



Right, 1st Row: Falvey Malarcher, 
Dennis Malcor, Bill Mangelsdorf. 



2nd Row: Conrad Nowak, Mike 
O'Donnell, Terry O'Donnell. 



3rd Row: Greg Porges, Buck Pree- 
dom, Lou Ray. 



4th Row: Harold Reed, Pat Rice, 
Al Rouyer. 



5th Row: Marcus Schimek, Frank 
Sepede, Bill Swatek. 



6th Row: George Taylor, Jim Wall, 
John Walsh. 



7th Row: Pat Ward, Denny Webb, 
Neff Weber. 



8th Row: Ed Wells, Guy Whelehan, 
George Williams. 



9th Row: Charles Wilton, Warren 
Yemm, Dennis Young. 





Chancellor Millette hails arrival on campus of Miss Ann 
Mobley, Mississippi's Miss America 1959. 

Right: "Split-Personality" Manglesdorf gathered a dozen 
identity cards during Rush Party. 

Below: Cazedessus sits one out with Mary Cooper and Bobbie 
Mikill during Rose Room rituals. 






micron Snaps . . . 





Below: Miss Mobley and Omicrons who welcomed her on 
her flying visit to Hill campus September 25. 





Above: Omicron officers await pledge signers. 



Below: Mr. Betty, Frat Moderator, takes mike. 






CINDY SCHUMACHE.R 
Sweetheart 

GERI PACKARD 
Sister 



Above: 1959-1960 Officers were GEORGE 
WARREN (Chancellor), JIM PICKETT (Vice- 
Chancellor), JOHN WELCH (Secretary) and 
MIKE COUGHLIN (Treasurer). 



Below: 1960-1961 Officers are JOE IMORDE 
(Chancellor), WAYNE DELISLE (Vice-Chan- 
cellor), BILL SCHEMMEL (Secretary), and 
JIM MURPHY (Treasurer). 





Phi Kappa 
THET A 

FRATERNITY 



Representing their chapter of the 
national fraternity, delegates of Phi 
Kappa Theta attended regional 
meetings in New Orleans and in 
Charlotte, N. C. In October, Father 
E. J. Weisenberg, S.J., visited the 
Hill chapter as national chaplain. 
Victory laurels came to Phi Kappa 
Theta in the interfrat football 
games. Parties included the "Win- 
ter Wonderland," the party in Col- 
lege Inn at Christmas for Mobile 
orphans, and the usual rush parties. 
New wool blazers, with the frat 
insignia, made their appearance. 






Right, 1st Row: Jerry Allain, Doug Andrews, 

Tom Bauman. 

2nd Row: Tom Becker, Neil Blunt, Nick 

Cairns. 

3rd Row: Tom Coughlin, Jerry Darby, 

Marion Dawson. 



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Above, 1st Row: Pat DeJean, Joe Donohue, Med Durel, J. B. 

Egan, John Ewens, Marty Farmer. 

2nd Row: Chuck Gallina, Robert Garcia, Hal Gieb, George 

Gilligan, Otto Halboth, Dave Henderson. 

3rd Row: Doug Herman, Jack Hildner, Bob Kelly, Graham 

Kramer, John Lavin, Tom Lonergan. 



Below, 1st Row: Happy Louiselle, Jim Lynch, Bill Malone, 

Dan Markey, Jim Partridge, George Patey. 

2nd Row: George Sanchez, Tom Schmitz, Jack Selhorst, Bob 

Sullivan, Dennis Sullivan, Miles Sweeney. 

3rd Row: Kevin Torppey, Bob Vanasco, Bob Vernon, Tom 

Vickers, Bob Viola, Mark Will. 





Above: During April 30 Dinner-Dance at Bayley's Ranch, Fr. Lynette 
congratulates Torppey and Lavin, named "Worst" and "Best" Pledges. 



Right: Santa was kept busy during fraternity's annual Christmas Party 
for city's orphans, in College Inn, December 12. 



Go, Kappa, Go! . . . 




Below: Awaiting Pledges to sign up in Walsh Hall Lounge February 1. 
This date marked the start of formal rushing for Hill fraternities. 




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Above: Backers urge Phi Kappa Theta's team to victory in 
October 31 finals of Inter-Frat football classic. 



Right: Orphans watch wide-eyed as Mickey Mouse cavorts on 
screen during fraternity's Christmas Party in College Inn. 



Below: Jim Murphy seems to be declaring that he's off the 
stuff — during Dinner Dance at Bayley's. (Obviously posed.) 





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Phi Omega 

FRATE R N I TY 



1959-1960 Officers were REX ROS (Chancellor), JOHN BRENNAN (Vice-Chancellor), 
JACK GLEESON (Secretary). 1960-1961 Officers (below) are RAY DAVID (Vice- 
Chancellor), RICHIE SULLIVAN (Secretary), DAVE REIDY (Treasurer). The newly- 
elected Chancellor is John Brennan (pictured above with 1959-1960 officers). 






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CAROL ANN O'DONOHUE 
Sweetheart 



The almost legendary "hairy-chested men" staged six gala affairs during the year, 
including their Christmas Party at the Bamboo Room, the Rush Party at Korbet's and 
the formal initiation of new members March 20 at Bayley's. Flinging superstition 
aside, Phi Omegas danced to their favorite LP's on Friday the 13th (May) at the 
Patrician Club. Members also gave their all in the interfraternity sports, and attended 
Mass in a body. 

Below: Butch Brannan incurs simulated wrath of Mr. Charles Boyle (Fraternity's 
Moderator) during Rush Party at Korbet's. 





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Sister 

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Jerry Becker 
John Bernauer 
Ed Brannan 
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Above: Zehner shows mastery of smoke-ring blowing, 
during Rush Party at Korbett's. 



Left: Pledges toil on baseball diamond during initia- 
tion period; Norma Dougherty serves cooling potions 
to Bud Barrett and Tim Murray; Mary Klyce observes 
Carol Ann's technique of pinning I.D. on Driscoll dur- 
ing Rush Party Feb. 19. 




Above: Fierce spider in spun-glass web failed to 
daunt pledges and guests during Rush Party at 
Korbett's. 




Above: Chancellors Ros and Brennan show off Peter Beach 
Trophy to Frat Beauties Carol Ann O'Donohue and Lynn 
Cavanaugh. 



Below: Doctor Boyle with Buzz Hayden, Colgan, and guest 
during Rush Party at Korbett's. Mr. Boyle is Phi Omega's 
Moderator. 





CHI RHO 



Established activities were supplemented by 
new ones as CHI RHO continued to grow in 
numbers. The 2nd annual Fashion Show 
presented eight selected male models in ad- 
dition to showcase coeds. For the United 
Fund, there was a "Powder-Puff Bowl" (touch 
football), with the frosh "Sissies" falling 0-8 
to the older "Rocks." Father Schwing took 
on the job of moderating a successful coed 
I.M. sports league. 






Officers, 1959-1960: 

President AILEEN FLYNN, Vice-President 
DIANE WACHTER, Secretary CAROL ANN 
O'DONOHUE, Treasurer PAULETTE WALSH. 



Officers 1960-1961: 

Vice-President BOBBIE MIKILL (Aileen Flynn 
repeats as President), Secretary ANN 
DOODY, Treasurer MARION BISCHOFF, His- 
torian LYNN AU COIN. 




Judy Alexander 
Elizabeth Bell 
Espy Blakely 
Carol Blum 
Toi Bohne 



Carolyn Boiling 
Marianne Briggs 
Gail Brueggeman 
Eileen Burk 
Bea Busbee 



Carol Campbell 
Lynn Cavanaugh 
Marietta Chambers 
Mary Cooper 
Sissie Crumley 




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Above, 1st Row: Pat Dee, Susan Dekle, Judy Dunkin, Leslie 
Durbin, Sue Ellert, Betty Ellis. 2nd Row: Elaine Ferniany, Ann 
Ferriter, Ann Flattery, Bitsy Freitas, Marilyn Graf, Terry 
Hagendorfer. 3rd Row: Mary Frances Hallett, Sue Ann Hal- 
lett, Sue Heidgen, Rhoda Heile, Helene Hudson, Marilyn 
Johnson. 



Below, 1st Row: Missy Jones, Connie Kearney, Mignon Kilday, 
Mary Klyce, Anita Kuhler, Mackie Laubenthal. 2nd Row: Anne 
McDonald, Joan McNichol, Julie Matanock, Angie Mikill, 
Catherine Mitchell, Carol Sue Mudd. 




Ann Sylvester lured "Biggest Fish" (Whitey Owen) at 
April 23 Dinner Dance at Bayley's Ranch. 





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Marilyn Johnson selects dress at Reiss Bros, for wear 
at Polynesian-themed Fashion Show October 22. 



Above, 1st Row: Mary Jane Murphy, Sandra Joy Nardelli, 
Geri Packard, Kathy Piazza, Kathy Plant, Edith Powers. 
2nd Row: Maureen Pyne, Jean Radka, Tammy Reiss, Peggy 
Robinson, Kathy Schwab, Mary Lou Sedlacek. 



Below, 1st Row: Joy Serda, Nancy Sheffield, Rita Scheurmann, 
Mary Agnes Smith, Mary Ann Smith, Elouise Spafford. 
2nd Row: Kathy Sprague, Jan Stodgell, Sandra Stromei, Nan 
Stuardi, Liz Sylvester, Katie Thomas. 3rd Row: Elaine Thorsen, 
Yvonne Wehl, Barbara Weinacker, Gwen Wittenborn, Mitzi 
Zalopany, Stephanie Zieman. 




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ChiRho Capers . . . 




Above: Terry takes tricky handoff during October 24 football 
game between frosh and veteran "Rocks," who won this'"Powder 
Puff Bowl" staged for benefit of Mobile's United Fund. 

Right: Stodgell and Sturtz modeled during Fashion Show. 

Below: Chi Rho entertained frosh coeds at party in Madonna 
della Strada home during September Orientation Week. 





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Above: Carol Ann washes that man right out of her hair 
during Fashion Show entertainment in College Inn Oct. 22. 



Below: Finale of Fashion Show, as coeds and bashful male 
models take curtain call for delighted audience. 




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Above: EXECUTIVE COUNCIL — Seated are Jack Carmody, John Hafner and 
Terry O'Donnell, all seniors. (Terry was Student Government Prexy 1959-1960.) 
Standing are Dennis Malcor (Soph), John Schulte (Senior), Bob Vanasco (Soph), 
Med Durel, Rick Ruppert, Dave Henderson. (Rick is 1960-1961 Prexy.) 



STUDENT 
Government 



A continuous rush of business kept Stu- 
dent Government meeting and acting, 
beginning with planning and carrying 
out Freshman Week Orientation and 
assisting with Registration. The Wel- 
fare Committee crusaded for improved 
cafeteria and laundry service, and 
their efforts culminated in SAGA Food 
Service taking over, with its policy of 
unlimited seconds (except for Satur- 
day night's steak). The Entertainment 
Committee brought Buddy Morrow 
here for the Student Government 
Dance, and Papa Celestine's Orches- 
tra for the basketball season Home- 
coming initiated this year. 




Opposite page: Crowd enjoys Papa Celes- 
tine jazz concert in College Inn Feb. 6; 
Buddy Morrow with the Misses Torch 1960 
and 1959; leader and vocalist with Papa 
Celestine's Band; dance-floor scene during 
Student Government's Dance at Ft. Whiting. 



Left: In session are shown Representative 
Council members (standing) Courie, Glee 
Club; Reidy, Chicago Club; Muscolino, Scab- 
bard & Blade; Seated are Imorde, Sodality; 
Kay, I.R.C.; Wachter, Chi Rho; Ros, Phi O' 
Murphy, Phi Kappa; George Warren, Presi- 
dent. 



Left: Other Representative Council members 
are (seated) Vickers, A.C.S.; Brennan, Junior 
Class; George Warren, "Springhillian"; Yan- 
nuzzi, Portier; Bowling, BBB. Standing are 
Webb, Sophomore Class; Boudreaux, A.S.N.; 
Colgan, New York Club; Grick, Pershing 
Rifles; Hierholzer, Lambda Tau. 



YENNI PLAYERS 



Bright days were forecast early for Yenni, when Mr. George 
Black joined the faculty in September as Yenni Director and 
instructor in English. Mr. Black was graduated from the Hill 
in 1957, after directing and starring in plays produced by 
Yenni or the two other theatre groups in Mobile. Two plays 
hit the boards here this year: Christopher Fry's THE LADY 
IS NOT FOR BURNING, and Emlyn Williams's NIGHT MUST 
FALL. To relax, players partied April 1st. 






Above: Mr. Black concentrates on rehearsal problem. 



Left: Directing Carol Blum and John Delay in re- 
hearsal for NIGHT MUST FALL. 



Below: Cast listens to criticism after an early re 
hearsal in Stewartfield for NIGHT MUST FALL. 









Above: Tom Crane checks lighting schedule before opening 
night of THE LADY IS NOT FOR BURNING. 

Left: Sandra Nardelli (usherette) and Hruby (House Manager) 
greet patron and collect his ticket on an opening night; Mary 
Agnes and Mrs. Black add final touches to Barbazon's 
costume. 

Below: Jim Carney (as the Friar) muses over his problems 
during scene of THE LADY IS NOT FOR BURNING. 





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This modern metrical play by Chris- 
topher Fry was staged November 
18-20 in The College Inn. Set in a 
mythical 15th-century English vil- 
lage, it presents a disillusioned sold- 
ier of fortune (Syd Smith) who 
wants to be hanged by Mayor 
Tyson (Claude Barbazon). The 
Mayor, however, would prefer to 
burn a local girl (Joan Barry) at the 
stake for witchcraft. A sub-plot has 
twin brothers (Saxton Berggren and 
John Schulte) vying for the hand 
of an heiress (Nancy Sheffield), 
who rejects their mother-in-law 
(Ann Flattery) and elopes with the 
Mayor's clerk (Bill Nailen). 



Left: Flattery breaks up quarrel between 
her two "sons," Schulte and Berggren; 
Rogers, Carney and Barbazon; Barry and 
Smith; Berggren (on floor) shows that claim 
of his death is largely fictitious. 

Below: Joan Barry reveals herself to be a 
mysteriously Oriental princess. 






Below: Smith urges Flattery to abandon in- 
terference with others' lives. 



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NIGHT MUST TALL" 



Emlyn Williams's mystery-melodrama opened April 6 in College Inn for 
a three-night run. Set in a quiet English village, it presents an illness- 
faking lady (Carol Blum'! who falls for the charms of the local inn's 
bell-boy (John Delay), who turns out to be a psychopathic murderer. 
Her niece (Nancy Sheffield) also protects him, but he gets his final 
come-uppance from Scotland Yard* (Bill Nailen). 

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Schwab) stands up to her employer; 
at right are "Hubert" (John Kleber) 
and "Olivia" (Nancy Sheffield). 

Left: Inspector's interest in strange 
hatbox is frustrated by Olivia's 
claim to ownership. 

Right: "Dan" confronts group who 
have ransacked his suitcase and 
were just about to open hatbox. 



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ARTISTS at WORK... 



To the dismay of Hill singers, it was decided that putting on 
a musical comedy this year would take much time away 
from their studies, but there were other outlets: The Glee 
Club presented its programs, and the Mobile Symphony, 
Opera Guild and Workshop requisitioned the services of 
many Hill musicians. And a wood-carving course was added 
to courses previously available in the arts major. 

Left: Peggy Spear and Bill Heath sang the lead roles in SONG OF 
NORWAY, November 27-28 production by Opera Guild Workshop. 

Below: Mr. Sadlier leads Glee Club in song during Christmas Party 
sponsored in College Inn by Sodality, December 15. 





Left: Kathy Schwab and Judy 
Dunkin work at their masterpieces 
in wood carving class. 

Right: Claude Barbazon resists 
(temporarily) invitation to join 
dance in SONG OF NORWAY 
scene. 





Above: Billy Heath (as "Tybalt") falls to sword of 
Romeo in Mobile Opera Guild's ROMEO & JULIET. 

Right: Dan Leach duels with disguised Peggy Spear 
comic scene from ROMEO & JULIET. 

Below: Examples of student art shown in Stewartfield 
exhibit. 





Above: Mark Will puts finishing touches to a painting while Joan Phillipp looks 
on. They and others filled Stewartfield with art during spring exhibition. 



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PORTIER DEBATORS 



Climaxing its activities with a tie for 2nd place in the Hill-sponsored Azalea 
Debate Tournament, Portier could look back and forward to debates at the 
University of Alabama, Emory University, Millsaps College, the University of 
Mississippi and Missssppi State College for Women. The year was brought 
to a well-rounded close by a Dinner-Dance at Gulas Restaurant. 

Right: Mr. Charles McCready, Moderator of Portier, congratulates John Yannuzzi for 
his efforts at leading debators to a successful season and building for future. 

Below: Mr. McCready, Julian McDonnell, Mike Allen, Gus Lanata and Rick Ruppert 
checks judges' scores and recommendations at close of Azalea Tourney here. 





Above: Frank Sepede (seated, left) will head 
Portier during 1960-1961 season. 

Below: Coffee-break during Azalea Tour- 
nament (won again by Notre Dame, with 
Howard tying for 2nd place). 




Below (seated): John Yannuzzi, Mike O'Donnell (presi- 
dent), Hank Andries, Mike McNally. Standing: Conrad 
^owak, Dick McGough, Jim Murphy, Jack Selhorst. Club 
tfas "reborn" Dec. 10 and celebrated with a New 
dear's Eve party in Detroit. 



DETROIT CLUB 




Detroiters repaired raft and painted equipment at Mirror 
Lake (and repainted parking stripes) as part of their 
service activities for the College. 



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VETERANS CLUB 



The vets are now down to a corporal guard at the Hill, with student 
vets almost outnumbered by those on the faculty, but the Veterans 
Club is going strong. Parties, Thanksgiving Dinner at the Country 
Club, Veterans Day observance, Mass — and they took review of 
the ROTC Battle Group November 13. 



Right: Portion of veterans group during ceremonies at memorial to Spring Hill 
men who have served in Armed Forces. 

Below: Sid Smith (re-elected Veterans Club president) and Lt. Col. Reynolds 
at attention after Smith laid wreath by memorial. 





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Latin- American Club 



Most of the Cubans are gone, but many of the other "South of the 
Border" nations are represented at the Hill, and the "Latinos" had a 
big year: dance at VFW Hall Nov. 13, cocktail party at Andy's 
Lounge Dec. 12, party at Korbet's March 4, dinner-dance at the 
Colony May 8. 



Left: Club's Moderator, Dr. Rafael Miranda, enjoys blandishments of officers 
Jose B. DeDianous (president), Susan Dekle (secretary-treasurer) and Emmanuel 
G. Revilla (vice-president). 



Right: HONORARY Members 
(seated) Frank Sepede, Nora 
Dougherty, Elizabeth Bell, Dennis 
Sams, Terry Twine. Standing: Joe 
Kiowski, Emile Combe, Gil Wood, 
Robert Davis, Dick McGough, Mike 
Broussard, Peter Watts. 




Right: MEMBERS (seated) DeDian- 
ous, Dekle, Revilla, Doctor Miranda, 
Jose Arturo Carreras, Elias Mansur, 
Jr. 2nd Row:, Mario Croes, Arman- 
do Almendares, Enrique A. Gon- 
zalez, Luis J. Munoz, Roberto E. 
Yrausquin, Aristides Typaldos. 3rd 
Row: Elbert R. Arends, Jorge San- 
chez, Manuel Rivero, Manuel Gan- 
zarain, Richard Novey. 




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CHICAGO and NEW YORK CLUBS 




A big lift to school spirit was given 
by these clubs' sponsorship and par- 
ticipation in their big-league football 
game staged at Hartwell Field Nov. 
14. Local disc-jockey Dick Price served 
as announcer, with Milt Boiling coach- 
ing the New Yorkers in their 6-32 loss. 
Lt. Col. Reynolds's Chicago "Bears" 
got off to a slow start, but sewed 
things up with three last-quarter touch- 
downs. 



Left: New Yorkers gather for photo. Bob i 
Colgan prexied group in 1959-60, with Jack ' 
Gleeson taking over for 19601961. 

Below: Chicago men and their coed rooters 
traveled in style to game on Mobile Fire 
Department "hook and ladder." 




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Above: Turk Thibeau's end sweep set up following pass play and Chicago's 
score and lead they never lost. 

Left: Lt. Col. Reynolds urges his lads on to their victory; Dawson leads band 
onto field for half-time show. 

Below: Cheerleaders lead Chicago's coed cheering section. We regret not 
having been able to photograph cavalcade which swept noisly along Mobile's 
streets en route to Hartwell Field. A tape recorder would have been handy, 
too, to capture the entire affair. 




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Above: lst-Semester heads, seated, Jack Carmody, editorial editor; George 
Warren, editor-in-chief; Bob Sullivan, managing editor. Standing are Mike 
Coughlin, news editor; Jim Wallace, feature editor; Bill Schemmel, sports editor; 
Armando Almendares, business manager. 




Official student newspaper of 
Spring Hill College, 3669 Old 
Shell Road, Mobile, Alabama. 
Subscription rate: $2.00 per year. 
Opinions expressed in credited 
columns and cartoons do not 
necessarily reflect the policy of 

the editors. 

* * * * 

EDITOR GEORGE WARREN 

Managing Editor .... Bob Sullivan 
Editorial Editor .... Jack Carmody 

Feature Editor Jim Wallace 

Sports Editor Bill Schemmel 

News Editor Mike Coughlin 

Copy Editor Ellen Manning 

Business Mgr.: Armando Almen- 
dares. 

Reporters: Jim Barrett, John 
Bernauer, Mary Ann Briggs, Ken 
Cazalas, Marietta Chambers, Ed 
Clancy, Dick Coever, Tom Cough- 
lin, Marvin Ferrand, Luke Fon- 
tana, Mike Kaffer, Harold Kay, 
Mary Klyce, Kevin Lynn, Carol 
Sue Mudd, Mary Jane Murphy, 
Elmore Rigamer, Pete Shepherd, 
Yvonne Wehl. 

Sports: Bob Avati, Larry Barras, 
Steve Crowley, Rick Detrio, Otto 
Halboth, Bill Murphy, Colman 
McCarthy, Frank Sepede, Kip 
Tedeschi. 

Cartoonists: Mark Will, Bill 
Nailen. 

Circulation: Jim Shaheen, Jim 
Naehr. 

Advisor: Fr. W. E. Freeman, S.J. 




Below: Copy-editor Ellen Manning types 
out copy for sports editor Schemmel. 



Above: 2nd-semester editors, seated, Bill Nailen, editorial editor; Jim Wallace, 
editor; Pete Shepherd, news editor. Standing are Steve Crowley, sports editor; 
Bill Schemmel, managing editor; Bill Murphy, feature editor. 




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Journalism classes, instituted a few years 
back, have given the Hill's bi-weekly the 
nucleus of an efficient staff and a "feeder- 
line" for new talent. They showed their stuff 
by getting out 14 issues (a new record), in- 
cluding a hurry-up special job on the occas- 
ion of Father Crandell's inauguration as our 
new President. Rewards came in the form of 
a pre-Christmas pizza dinner at Tony's and a 
spring picnic, plus a party for staffers in the 
Bamboo Room. 





Above: Father Freeman, Moderator, keeps editor Warren's nose sharp. 

Left and Below: The pizzas and soft drinks kept disappearing during 
December 13 party which taxed facilities of Tony's Pizza Parlor. 




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The MOTLEY 



After their first efforts were suppressed by Mod- 
erator Father Murray as too "morbid," MOTLEY 
staffers rebounded to produce their annual 
quarterly. Editor John Hafner was assisted by 
associate editors Louie Courie, Jim Howell, John 
Schulte and Jim Wallace,- art editors Sylvia Mc- 
Griff (who contributed pioneering photo essay); 
staffers George Warren, Rhoda Heile, Ray 
David, Marilyn Johnson, Joan Barry and Joy 
Serda. 



Samples of material in Winter issue were Howell's "A 
Southern Tragedy," Bill Wade's "Hard and Fast," and 
Nailen's "A Mortician's Lament." Also Amen's "Stu- 
dent's Act of Contrition." 






Left and Below: Schulte and Hafner confer on fate of 
an art masterpiece; Schulte, Heile, Hafner and Courie 
enjoy an especially morbid contribution. 




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1960 TORCH 



If all went well, you got your copy of this gem some- 
where within a month or so of its projected appear- 
ance-date. Terry Twine braved the summer heat to 
collect for the 1959 ads and line up our faithful ad- 
vertisers for this issue. Jerry Becker came through 
with the "Mad Comics" cartoons. 



Above: Sue Ellert was among those talked into subscribing 
while passing through September registration line. 

Right: Editor Mike McDermott led a faithful band (Colgan, 
Terry Hagendorfer, Nailen, Tamara Reiss, Mignon Kilday and 
Kathy Plant) against dictatorship of Moderator. 

Below: Mignon and others ran balloting which saw Lynn 
Cavanaugh chosen as "Miss Torch 1960." 




Right: Father Anderson, Moderator, as seen by victims. 

Below: Mr. Jimmy O'Connor and daughter Sandra worked 
behind portrait camera of Master Photographers. 





BADGER 
ATHLETES 



It was a familiar story, with variations: our teams 
were short on experienced "horses," but they carried 
opponents down to the wire. Especially gratifying 
were the traditionally undying support given by stu- 
dents and faculty, and the return of Hill tennis to 
prominence. Rooters turned out in force also for 
some fine intramural rivalries, sparked by the coeds 
and fraternities. 






Above: Halboth and Moye in doubles action on Hill courts. 

Left: Crane seeks to play possession ball against Nichols at 
Portier Center December 7; Tordella swings wide to run (or 
pass?) in intramural touch-football classic. 

Below: Jim Connolly hits a beauty off No. 1 tee in match 
here against Tulane University April 29. 




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OUR TEAMS ARE REP HOT! 




Above: Colgan and Hagendorfer enjoy December 1st bon- 
fire which preceded basketball opener against St. Bernard's. 
The Hill's own Mayor Joe Langan addressed huge crowd 
which turned out. 

Right: Wilcox takes first on wild throw. 

Below: Two new trophy cases were installed in Walsh Hall 
Lounge to accommodate memorials to Hill teams and past 
champions. 





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BASKETBALL 




It shouldn't have happened to such a nice guy: this 
year's cage crew had only a handful of returning 
lettermen (no seniors among them), and both coaches 
departed. But young Glenn Murphy who had been 
coaching high school basketball in the St. Louis area 
after graduation from the Hill (B.S., history, 1953), 
undertook the job of rebuilding. This was further 
complicated when Father Dorn, who had been named 
Athletic Director, became ill; but Father Mulhern step- 
ped in to fill that post. Only one victory, a thriller 
over Tampa, rewarded their efforts, but they put a 
scare into many opponents. 



Below, 1st row: Father Joseph Lambert Dorn, Athletic Direc- 
tor; Jack Gleeson, Price Crane, Tom O'Connor (juniors), Mr. 
Glenn Murphy, Coach. 2nd row: Bill Tuohey, manager; Joe 
Nolfe, Gerald Owens, Gerald Lewis, Dennis Malcor (sopho- 
mores). Rear: Gary Evers, manager; John Zarcone (sopho- 
more), Pat Rice, Marty Farmer, Ron Meier (freshmen). 



Above: Fathers Cronin and Schwing crash secret practice ses- 
sion despite watchfulness of manager Gary Evers. 




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Cage Scores: Seasons Record 

Dec. 2: St. Bernard 61, SHC 51, home . . . Dec. 4: Alabama 84, SHC 55, there . . . 
Dec. 7: Nicholls State 79, SHC 53, home . . . Dec. 10-11 (SIAA Tourney at McNeese 
in Lake Charles, La.): Southwestern La. Inst. 73, SHC 64; Newberry, S. C, 71, 
SHC 51 . . . Dec. 16: Loyola 77, SHC 67, at New Orleans . . . Dec. 19: Southeastern 
La. 63, SHC 48, home . . . Jan. 9: Centenary 76, SHC 62, home . . . Jan. 11: Ga. 
Southern 86, SHC 59, home . . . Jan. 14: Miss. Southern 63, SHC. 49, there; Jan. 16: 
Tulane 65, SHC 35, there . . . Jan. 26: Southeastern La. 65, SHC 52, there; Jan. 27: 
SLI 71, SHC 50, there . . . Feb. 2: La. Tech 63, SHC 55, home . . . Feb. 5: Loyola 54, 
. Feb. 11: Miss. Southern 59, SHC 32, home . . . Feb. 15: Tampa 59, 
. . Feb. 20: SLI 80, SHC 73, home . . . Feb. 23: Memphis State 96, 
. . Feb. 25: La. Tech 59, SHC 51, there . . . Feb. 27: Centenary 66, 



SHC 40, home . 
SHC 60, home 
SHC 55, there 
SHC 49, there. 



Won 1 — Lost 20 



SHC 1114 Points 



Opponents 1480 Points 









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Above: Coach Murphy and bench 
show apprehension at Hattiesburg. 



Left: Willie Williams, trainer and 
factotum for Hill teams. 



Right: Mobile-area nucleus for next 
season are Lewis, Owens and Nolfe, 
shown demonstrating maneuvers. 




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Left: Hill CHEERLEADERS — seated are Sue Heidgen, Carol 
Ann O'Donohue, Janet Stodgell. Standing: Marion Bischoff, 
Nan Stuardi, Kathy Piazza. 



Below: Mobile's "Press-Register" photographer Jon Knight 
gets identifying data on Gleeson, Crane and O'Connor. 




Above: Gleeson deprives St. Bernard of another basket. 



Left: Zarcone's possessive instincts helped get that big win 
over frustrated Tampa on Portier Center court. 



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Above: Zarcone tries Judo hold on Tampa, hoping Crane 
will take that load off of his back. 

Right: Donohue plays keep-away against Centenary hooker. 

Below: Cheering section whoops it up for Loyola game. 




127 




Above: Meier rides herd on St. Bernard in opener here. 



Right: Lewis drives past watchful O'Connor after snaring 
rebound against Georgia Southern's Professors. 






Above: Crane sets for shot as giant Professor pro- 
tects against possible pass to Malcor. 

Left: Nolfe looks for help against Southeastern. 




Above: Quinian, Henderson and Rice in action against South- 
ern here,- National Anthem ceremony at Hattiesburg. 

Below: Donohue and Zarcone cooperate against Southeastern; 
"Big John" soars for opening tipoff at Hattiesburg. 




Above: O'Connor beseeches errant ball in Loyola game. 




BASEBALL 




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Season's 


R 


ecord 


OPPONENTS 






SHC 


Southeastern La. Institute 




4 


3 


Southeastern La. Institute 




6 


2 


Tyndall Air Force Base 




5 


1 


Pensacola Jr. College 




2 


3 


St. Bernard College 







8 


Pensacola Jr. College 




5 


1 


Mississippi Southern 




3 


1 


Whiting Field 








Nicholls State 




4 





Nicholls State 




6 


5 


Mississippi Southern 




3 


1 


Loyola University, New Or 


eans 


11 


1 


Mississippi Southern 




9 


2 


Northeast La. State 




9 


4 


Loyola University, New Or 


eans 


6 


1 


Southeastern La. Institute 




13 


3 


Southeastern La. Institute 




17 


4 


Mississippi Southern 




12 


5 




Left: Tuohey and pooch watch different balls; Plate umpire gets last word 
in argument with Nicholls coach; Coach Stan Galle yells encouragement. 



Below: Torppey keeps wary eye on Nicholls State hurler's motion. 




Two wins didn't quite balance 17 losses for 
our diamond squad, as errors and silent 
bats helped to keep a green but eager pitch- 
ing staff in constant trouble. Each member 
of the no-seniors Hill squad showed flashes 
of fine play at bat and in the field, but as 
is usual with Badger teams there was that 
lack of poise which can only be cured by 
experience. 



Right, 1st Row: Bob Greenwood, trainer; 
Oran Cochran, Chuck Gallina, Bobby Wil- 
cox, Hal Gieb. 



2nd Row: Coach Stan Galle, Milt Jarvis, 
Dennis Malcor, Billy Andrews, Dennis Shea. 



Rear: Jack Gleeson, Joe Nolfe, Gerald 
Lewis, Ray Roy, Kevin Torppey, Bob Avati. 






Below: Gieb waits to put tag on Southeast- 
ern runner as bunt fails. 





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An experienced tennis squad paid 
off this spring with a fine record of 
nine wins against only three losses. 
Father Schwing took over the 
coaching reins, and was assisted 
by Mr. Tom Langan of Mobile. 
Crowds of students turned out for 
each home match and observed the 
proper tennis etiquette of applaud- 
ing good shots — especially those by 
Hill players. Only Alexander was 
a senior on this year's squad — 
which raises hopes for an even bet- 
ter season 1960-61 . 



Right, kneeling: Joe Imorde, Tony 
McNamara, Bill Tordella, Anson 
Moye. 













Season's Recoi 


d 


SHC 


OPPONENT 


7 


Pensacola Jr. College 







5 


Mississippi College 


2 







McNeese State College 


7 




6 


Millsaps College 


1 




4 


Mississippi College 


3 




3 


University of Kentucky 


4 




3 


Mississippi Southern 


4 




7 


Loyola of New Orleans 







4 


University of Alabama 


3 




5 


Loyola of New Orleans 


2 




6 


Southwestern La. Institute 


1 




4 


Mississippi Southern 
• • • 
INDIVIDUAL SINGLES PLAY 


3 






Won 




Lost 


Otto 


Halboth 5 




7 


Bill Tordella 10 




2 


Joe 


morde 9 




3 


Anson Moye 9 




3 


Tony 


McNamara 4 




7 


Cliff 


Alexander 1 
• • • 

DOUBLES TEAMS 









Won 




Lost 


Halb 


oth-McNamara 4 




1 


Halb 


oth-lmorde 




1 


Halboth-Moye 2 




2 


Halboth-Alexander 1 







Tord 


slla-lmorde 9 




2 


Moye-McNamara 




2 



Above: Mr. Alexander joins Badger bench to watch son Cliff in action. 
Below: Halboth gets off a high backhand shot in Mississippi College play. 













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GOLF TEAM 



With Colman McCarthy turning pro in his 
senior year (after winning the Mobile City 
championship for the second consecutive 
year), our golfers slumped to their worst 
season in many a spring, but still managed to 
stay on the black side of the ledger with six 
wins against five losses. Four of the losses 
came on the road, as only Tulane managed to 
top our linksmen here. 







Above: Ros, Father Cronin, and Egan watch play 
near No. 15 green during Tulane match here. 

Right: Beauty of Hill layout shows in this view of 
action on No. 1 green. 

Below: Golden walks back to line up his putt. 





Below: Colman McCarthy watches a lip-hanger during Mobile's Sertoma Open. 





Right, 1st Row: Jim Connolly, Bud 
Daley, Mike McDermott, Jack Smith; 
Rear: Mr. Alvin Buckhaults (Coach), 
Barry Montgomery, John Golden. 




Season's Record 


SHC 


OPPONENTS 


19 University of Alabama 




8* 


21 V2 Mississippi State 




5Vi* 


17 Loyola of New Orleans 




1* 


13 Florida State University 




14 


7 University of Alabama 




20 


12 Mississippi Southern 




6* 


25'/2 Loyola of New Orleans 




VA 


7'/2 Tulane University 




19'/j 


10 Tulane University 




17* 


4 Mississippi Southern 




23 


18'/2 Mississippi State 




8'/2 


(indicates home match) 






• • 


• 




MATCHES + AVERAGES 








Average 


Connolly 1 1 




74.73 


McDermott 1 1 




74.73 


Daley 11 




74.82 


Smith 11 




75.36 


Golden 9 




77.66 


Montgomery 9 




78.89 i 


• • 


• 




MATCH POINTS 








Won 


Lost 


Connolly 


15'/2 


17V2 


McDermott 


20V 2 


12V2 


Daley 


19'/2 


13'/2 


Smith 


22 


11 1 


Golden 


131/2 


13'/2 


Montgomery 


8 


19 



Right: Greenie socks one off No. 
6 tee against Tulane here, but 
Connolly counters with long fairway 
shot to green. 






Above: Looks like Carol Sue Mudd just picked off 
that spare in Sunday a.m. play at Camellia Alleys. 

Below: Vernon tries to break Sams' judo hold. 




136 



Left: Father Colkin, Intramurals Moderator, keeps 
score during final playoffs of Interleague action. 




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Above: In spring a young Badger's fancy turns to softball games. 

Below: Darby slides into Carmody's tag as Layne fears close call; 
sore-legged Father Anderson quit tourney play to get action shots. 







*&&& 



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. . . INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS 





VOLLEYBALL 

At the Nov. 1 end of regulor season play, the Badger-League Bil likens had 
a perfect record of 21-0. In the Freshman section, the Oilers piled up a 
17-4 record over their rivals. Purple and White Leagues had the Irish 
and Bulldogs on top, with 21-6 and 22-2 records, respectively. For the 
coeds, Geri Packard, Mary Jane Murphy and Aileen Flynn led the Falcons 
over five rivals. 

FOOTBALL 

Until too many breaks and sprains started heading for Dr. Browning's office 
across Old Shell Road, there was a fantastic series of real block-and-tackle 
football games, without pads or headgear, which saw Brooke Arnold and 
Jack Scannel leading their Florida squad to victories over all comers. 
These led to the famous New York-Chicago challenge match at Hartwell 
Field, and the coed touch-football frenzies (both covered elsewhere). In 
regular I. M. play, the Arabs lost only one game in topping the White 
League, with the Bluejays winning the Purple crown in a playoff against the 
Irish. The Freshman League Oilers scored 226 points and held rivals to 38, 
while both Gauchos and Spartans tied in the ^Badger League with 7-2 
records. 

BOWLING 

The Straight-Balls, 2nd-half champions, knocked off the lst-half champion 
Fire-Balls, 3-1, and all participants celebrated with Moderator Father 
Schwing at a Camellia Lanes barbecue May 5. On the winning team were 
Jim Murphy, Imorde, Durel, Halboth and Jack Smith, with Coerver, 
Calandro, Nan Stuardi and Yemm pitching for the Fire-Balls. Tony Schwing 
won the high 3-game series trophy; J. B. Egan, high singles; Layne, highest 
average; Nan Stuardi, highest coed 1-game score,- Ann Doody, high 
3-game score. 

BASKETBALL 

The Packers, led by Dan Conlin's furious play, knocked off their highly 
touted Irish Randag-led rivals in Inter-League Tourney play, with the 
Gators topping competition in the Badger League, and the Rams taking 
regular-season honors in the Freshman League. The Faculty team won over 
an Alumni squad in a full-fledged rivalry (with half-time show) at U.M.S. 

SOFTBALL 

Dixie Cahill pitched the Senoritas to an 18-2 victory over their rival 
Mademoiselles to win the Coed League championship with 3 wins and no 
losses. In the Purple and White Leagues, the Eagles beat Arabs in a play- 
off for the season title, lost to the Colts in their first Inter-League Tourney 
game, then came back to win that tournament by licking the Oilers twice. 
The Wolves took the Badger League championship from close-rivals, the 
Gators. 

GOLF 

Calandro bested O'Malley for championship-flight honors, with Ros trapping 
Nixon in the first-flight. Blunt, Perez and Crowley won out in 2nd, 3rd, 
and 4th flights, respectively, over Umbach, Devlin and Layne. 

YACHTING 

Bud Barrett, Ist-semester commodore of the Mobile Yacht Club-based 
Hill sailors, arranged a full schedule of Sunday competitions for his mates, 
and with crewman Tim Murray won the Gulf Yachting Association's Fall 
Regatta. Bad luck (weather) cancelled the Gulfport regatta schedule by 
the Southern Intercollegiate Yachting Association, but Barrett (elected vice- 
commodore of the association) has begun plans for a Spring Hill-sponsored 
invitational regatta here next April 7-8. Among the some 2-dozen Hill 
sailors are also Lou Ray, Marilyn Johnson and Merrill True (2nd-semester 
commodore). 

JUDO 

A non-varsity sports newcomer this year. Father Freeman gathered a band 
of enthusiasts who cleaned up and equipped a small gym on the first floor 
of Quinlan, where "Key-Clubbers" could work out with their weights and 
get judo instruction from Dennis Sams, who had been an Army instructor 
in the sport. They hope to train a 9-man squad for future intercollegiate 
rivalries. 





Below: Lynn's furious defense sends Gwen's pass astray in Powder-Puff Bowl. 





Above: Hirshburg, "Whiz Kid" of the Eagles, warms 
up his mighty arm between innings against Arabs. 



Left: Quinlan heads into attempted tag by Carmody; 
Estelle O'Donnell and Mary Cooper watch Cathy 
Schwab's tongue-biting effort in coed volleyball. 



Below: Sepede's way with a wheelchair brought him 
his share of strikes — and coed company. 




138 




Above: Brocato and Carol Campbell get advice from Mr. 
Tom Nonnenmacher, Sr., co-proprietor of Camellia Lanes. 

Right: Tim Murray, vice-commodore, heads into pier. 

Below: It doesn't look as though referee Darby is going to 
reverse his decision, despite Detrio's protest. 






Below: Randag tries vainly to extract ball from Conlin's grasp during 
final play-off basketball victory of Packers over Irish. 



Above: The going gets rough as Ray Roy and Cochran col- 
lide; Florida and Mobile played to a cut-short "scoreless tie." 




139 





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R. O. T. C. Battle Group 



LT. COL. JAMES H. REYNOLDS, U. S. Army, Commanding Officer 



140 



IN MEMORIAM 



En route to ROTC Summer Camp at Fort 
Benning, Captain Joseph Sherman had a 
cerebral hemorrhage which led to an opera- 
tion from which he did not recover. Since 
coming to the Hill in 1958 as assistant to Lt. 
Col. Reynolds, Captain Sherman had been 
an extremely popular moderator of the 
Pershing Rifles. His efforts were crowned 
this year when they were awarded the 
Father O'Leary Trophy as the organization 
which contributed most to Spring Hill's spirit. 






Below: Armed Forces Day exhibitions at Brookley brought trophy to P. R. unit. 



iove: P. R. Commander Dan Johnsom pre- 
its appreciation gift to Captain and Mrs. 
erman during half-time of ROTC Ball. 




141 




Above: Rosalie Pergantis, top coed sponsor, leads class prayer. 
Right: One of the minor difficulties at Friday afternoon drill. 
Below: Units practice for marching in Christ the King parade. 



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Above-. Captain Sherman checks registration with SFC Joseph Greco and M/Sgt. 
Patrick E. Burns, instructor. Greco was Sergeant-Major until his departure. 



Right: Capt. James V. POGUE, assistant P. M. S. & T. since 1957 





Below: Cadet Commander Frank McCormack escorts 
Miss Shirley Delaney beneath PR arch of sabres during 
ROTC Ball. 



Sgt. James P. AMARO 
Instructor and Sgt. Major 



SFC Robert L. H EATON 
Supply Sergeant 





Sgt. Alfred A. HARVEY 
Instructor 



Miss Tina BUCKLEY 
ROTC Secretary 




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Above, SCABBARD & BLADE members. 1st Row: Captain Pogue 
(Moderator), J. E. Delano, A. T. Young, J. M. Brennan, J. R. 
Bowling, J. T. Oates, T. P. Whelehan, D. J. Muscolino, J. M. 
Imorde. 2nd Row: D. G. Johnson, A. M. Sanders, E. W. Blake- 
ney, J. H. Ponder, J. B. Darby, R. E. Ros, W. M. Wolfarth, F. J. 
McCormack. 3rd Row: G. P. Crane, V. J. Boudreaux, W. A. 
Shumway, J. P. Ward, P. J. Barcia, F. N. Weber, F. M. Durel, 
M. J. Mallet. 



Below, PERSHING RIFLES members. Guide On: J. E. Pate. 
1st Row: Captain Sherman (Moderator), Cadet Captain D. G. 
Johnson, J. L. Conway, F. D. Torres, F. A. Herrero, F. W. Klein, 
S. L. Tapia, J. E. Delano, W. P. Lagman. 2nd Row: Rita Scheur- 
man (sponsor), J. O. Brown, R. V. Martin, R. L. Todd, L. P. 
Mistrot, J. J. Danner, C. Kearney, L. J. Grik. 3rd Row: Carolyn 
Boiling (sponsor), M. J. Foley, E. M. Campbell, D. J. Cherry, 
E. H. Sellers, R. A. Finch, Ann McDonald (sponsor). At Camp 
Johnson, New Orleans, they won trophies for "Best All-Around 
Company," best-drilled squad, and best fancy-drilling company, 
in competition with eight other PR outfits of 6th Regiment. 








Above: During special "City of Mobile Day" review, Neff Weber 
was presented trophy for best record during last Summer camp. 

Above, right: The old "Gung Ho" during P.R. initiations. 

Right: After presentation, Mayor Joseph Langan inspected ROTC 
Battle Group formation, escorted by Reverend Father President, 
Lt. Col. Reynolds, and Cadet Commander Frank McCormack. 

Below: McCormack taps Pat Ward for Scabbard & Blade mem- 
bership during October 30 Friday formation. 





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Left, RIFLE TEAM members. Kneeling: M. E. 
Cazedessus, L. I. Barras, Jr., J. A. Schwing, 
C. L. Threeton, Jr. Standing: M. J. Mallet, 
P. Gabriel, R. F. Coerver, R. P. Colgan, Ann 
McDonald (sponsor). 



Below, ROTC BAND members. 1st Row: P. 
C. Beasley, J. M. Crawford, W. F. Tuohey, 
_, T. L. Doyle. 2nd Row: M. J. 
Mallet, H. C. Bouchelion, V. J. Boudreaux 
(commander), Barbara Mikill, Angie Mikill 
and Helene Hudson (sponsors), Mr. Claus 
Sadlier, Jr. (Director). 3rd Row: A. R. Amos, 

H. Ealy, J. R. Young, , W. R. 

Cowart, W. F. O'Rourke, J. C. Chico, M. J. 
Rapport. 4th Row: H. M. Rouchell, W. J. 
Yemm, J. S. Fuller, S. A. Calandro, R. F. 
Coerver, E. B. Smith, M. D. Dawson, W. N. 
Behringer 




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Above: Band Commander Boudreaux confers with Mr. Sadlier and Mr. Heath 
(who took over reins as Band Director from Mr. Sadlier after first semester). 

Left: Colour Guard passes Our Lady's statue during pre-Christ the King drill; 
Battle Group's bugler can play that kind of music with his eyes shut; Cortina 
inspects his platoon during a Friday afternoon drill. 

Below: Scene during Formal Inspection April 7-8 by 3rd Army team. Led by 
Col. S. B. Sightler, inspectors gave a thorough once-over to Battle Group. 




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Above: Dixie Cahill and escort brave receiving line. 
Below: Rita Rabon trusts Boudreaux with her corsage. 




Below: Sponsors Missie Jones and Ann McDonald choose 
corsages while patient escorts wait in mufti. 




Having a Ball. . . 




Above: LYNN CAVANAUGH reigned as Queen of the Ball. 



Below: With her ladies-in-waiting in the golden ring. 





Right: Fort Hardeman was hung with decorations for 
the May 8 Military Ball, and Bill Logman's Band came 
through with fine dance music for the big crowd. 




Above: CAROL ANN O'DONOHUE 

Below: CINDY ANDERSON 
Ladies-in-Waiting 





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Above: Bobbie pins new gold bar for Blakeney. 
Right, top: Sgt. Burns presents awards to marksmen 



Below: Traditional kiss went to Pat Ward from spon- 
sor Carol Ann for his "B" Company's taking best- 
drilled company award; Pete Barcia received the 
award given by the Association of the U. S. Army. 








Above: Colorful formation rewarded proud families and friends of grads. 

Below: In her son's absence (sudden illness), Mrs. McCormack received from 
Mr. Betty the Alumni Association's award to Frank of the "Lancers" award. 




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The May 23 ROTC Commencement was bless- 
ed with the coolness of an overcast sky minus 
rain, and guests could comfortably appre- 
ciate the polish put on this year's Battle Group 
by the hard work of the ROTC Staff and their 
cadet officers. 



Commissioned as 2nd Lieutenants, U. S. Army, with Maj. General 
Daniel Callahan, USAF, administering the oath, were E. W. 
Blakeney, V. J. Boudreaux, Jr., J. R. Bowling, II, R. H. Burleigh 
(Regular Army), J. Cortina, Jr., J. E. Covan (Regular Army), 
H. J. Eastman, Jr., G. L. Goleman, J. H. Hafner, P. H. Howze, 
Jr., M. J. Mallet, F. J. McCormack, D J. Muscolino, J. T. Oates, 
J. H. G. Ponder, Jr., R. E. Ros, H. M. Rouchell, Jr., A. M. Sanders, 
J. Detrio, J. H. Schulte, W. A. Shumway, J. P. Ward, f. N. 
Weber, J. M. Welch, J. A. Werres, W. M. Wolfarth, Jr., T. P. 
Whelehan, Jr. Commissioned in the Marine Corps was J. M. 
O'Brien. 



"D" Company, commonded by J. T. Oates, was named "Honor 
Company." "B" Company won the VFW award for "Best 
Drilled." H. J. Eastman's 1st Platoon of "C" Company: "Best 
Platoon;" W. J. Marshburn's 1st squad, 1st platoon of "A" Com- 
pany, "Best Drilled." Other Crichton Optimist Club awards, for 
best-drilled cadets, went to L. A. Sylvester (MS I), M. J. Uphaus 
(MS II), A. Amos (Band), G. Case (Pershing Rifles). Rifle Marks- 
manship awards: R. P. Colgan, M. J. Mallet, R. F. Coerver, P. 
Gabriel, C. L. Threeton, and J. A. Schwing. The Scabbard & 
Blade scholarship: F. D. Torres (F. W. Kline, alternate). Third 
Army Leadership Certificate: F. J. McCormack, who also won the 
Spring Hill Alumni Association's award. Reserve Officers Asso- 
ciation award: D. J. Johnson, Jr. American Legion's top marks- 
man award: M. J. Mallet. Association of the U. S. Army award: 
P. J. Barcia. American Ordnance Association's award: F. N. 
Weber. Military Engineers' citation: J. L. Carney. Superior 
Cadet ribbons: T. A. Dougherty (MS I); R. A. Finch (MS II); 
T. J. Vickers (MS III); A. M. Sanders (MS IV). 




And Away We Oof 




Above: Awards table and partial view of crowd who watched review. 




Above: Part of long line of officer-graduates who took their oath. 
Below: Amos receives his award as best-drilled R.O.T.C. Band member. 
Left and below: Bob Burleigh's family had their one big moment. 




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"LAST BUT NOT LEAST..." 

International Relations Club 

We finally located the lost negative for the photo alongside, 
so we can do belated justice to a busy organization, which 
sponsored lectures on Algeria and the Foreign Aid Program. 
There was also a program of documentary movies on Hawaii, 
South Africa and Germany. Members also attended the twice- 
monthly meetings of Mobile's Foreign Policy Association, and 
prodded interest in Mr. Carleton Smith's lecture: "The Battle 
for Men's Minds" sponsored by the College's Lecture and 
Concert Series. 



Left: 1960-61 Officers are Jim Higgins, program director; 
Jack Hildner, president (replacing Harold Kay and Jim Mur- 
phy); Dave Henderson, veep; Bill Schemmel, secretary-treas- 
urer. 






Spring Hill ALUMNI Association 



Besides sponsoring the party at the 
Colony Restaurant, where the Class 
of 1960 was inducted into Alumni 
membership, the Alumni also had 
their own Christmas Party and the 
Alumni Homecoming Feb. 5-7. Illi- 
nois state senator Phil Carey, '40, 
served as MC at the Country Club 
banquet, during which Mr. Sam 
Betty was honored as "Alumnus of 
the Year" by Omicron Fraternity. 
Guest speaker was Mr. Bill Daly, 
former football coach and athletic 
director here. National Alumni Of- 
ficers for 1960-62 are Sam Betty, 
'39 Mobile, President; Vic Lott, Mo- 
bile, 1st vice-president; John Ko- 
pecky, '34, Washington, D. C, 2nd 
vice-president; Phil Carey, '40; Chi- 
cago, 3rd vice-president; George 
Dolan, ex-'38, 4th vice-president; 
and T. D. Bell, '37, Mobile, secre- 
tary-treasurer. Directors are Carey, 
Lott, Bobby Wilkins, Pat Mulherin, 
Col. Mark Roy, Celestino Vega, 
Harold Bahlinger, Glenn Travis, 
Reggie Copeland, Albert Reynolds, 
Jr., and Bill Lee. 



Right: Mr. T. D. Bell, president of 
the Mobile Alumni, oversees prepa- 
rations for one of the beer-and- 
shrimp parties held here by his 
group. 




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As the task of assembling this 1960 
Spring Hill College yearbook nears 
its end, we cannot help but be im- 
pressed by the great amount of 
energy being expended here on the 
Hill, and by the results obtained. 
Which raises the question: How 
much is our Mobile community, or 
an even wider circle, aware of 
Spring Hill's accomplishments — and 
even greater needs? The task of 
making our Alma Mater known and 
respected is largely the job of her 
students and alumni. This task has 
always been assisted by a loyal 
core of businessmen who have 
given both encouragement and fi- 
nancial assistance — as is witness- 
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in return. 

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